The Fourth Day: Why the Bible Is Historically Accurate
Did the Persian Empire last over 200 years or only 21 years? Was there a period of over 300 years when ancient Egypt did not have a Pharaoh? Was the Persian king Ahasuerus mentioned in the Old Testament, claimed to be Xerxes by many experts, in actuality Cyrus? This book raises these questions by challenging conventional biblical chronology, which relies chiefly on historical information, with an alternative model of the biblical timeline that is based solely on events as described in the Bible. Archaeological and astronomical data are also presented which substantiate this novel approach to biblical history. Astronomical charts and biblical history timelines are in full color to help the serious student of the scriptures.
How to Read this Book
How Do You Find the Missing Piece?
Putting the Timeline Together
Synchronizing the Biblical and Egyptian Chronologies
Synchronizing the Bible with Archaeology
Answering the So What Question
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