Presenting a Historical Chronological Overview of the Bible
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Old Testament: In 9 Sub Sections or Modules
New Testament: In 8 Sections or Modules
The Birth of Jesus is the first of 8 sections or modules of the New Testament.
The Birth of Jesus covers: the announcement to Mary from the Angel Gabriel, Jesus' coming of age at age 12 and his death on the cross. The Scriptures are mainly taken from the gospels of Luke and Matthew, as well as some Old Testament scriptures.....more
The Ministry of Jesus is the second of 8 sections or modules of the New Testament.
The Ministry of Jesus coves the period when Jesus started His public Ministry until about a week before his death this period of His life is covered in the module Easter - Palm Sunday to Passover. Now back to the ministry of Jesus......more
Easter, Palm Sunday to Pentecost - is the third of 8 sections or modules of the New Testament. This module makes an in depth look of this period of Jesus life and his followers and those who oppose Him. Including the crucifixion and thee days later His resurrection. ......more
Acts part one - is the forth of 8 sections or modules of the New Testament. This first part of a two part section covers what the early believers did after the death of Jesus. ......more
Acts part two - is the fifth of 8 sections or modules of the New Testament. This second part of a two part section covers mainly the Life of Paul and places some of the books he wrote in the order he, Paul, wrote them. ......more
Hebrews Chapter Eleven is the sixth of 8 sections or modules of the New Testament. The eleventh chapter of Hebrews is called the faith chapter. As Paul the writer of Hebrews mentions many of the Old Testament men and women who had faith in God.......more
Revelation part one - is the seventh and next to last of 8 sections or modules of the New Testament. The first module of two on the Book of Revelation. John on the Island of Patmos wrote down what was passed down to him by angel via Jesus back to God.......more
Revelation part two - is the eight and last of 8 sections or modules of the New Testament. The second part of the book of Revelation. It ends up with revealing who wins the the fight between God and Satan and the final out come of the earth and its people. ......more
- Undated Past until 1800BC - Covering the Book of Genesis [There are Approximately 7 A4 pages of notes].
- 1800BC-1400BC Covering the Life of Moses- Books covered are Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy [There are Approximately 7 A4 pages of notes].
- 1400BC-900BC Israel and its 18 Judges or rulers over 350 year period approx [Approximately 6 A4 pages of notes].
- 1050BC-931BC Three Kings - Saul 1043-1011 - David 1011-971 - Solomon 971-931BC [Approximately 2 A4 pages of notes].
- 900BC-700BC Period of the Kings of Judah and Israel [Approximately 4 A4 pages of notes].
- 700BC-400BC Period of Kings and Prophets [Approximately 4 A4 pages of notes].
- 400BC- AD10 The time between the Old and Old Testament [Approximately 4 A4 pages of notes].
- 10BC- AD700 [Approximately 7 A4 pages of notes].
- Birth Of Jesus [Approximately 5 A4 pages of notes].
- Ministry Of Jesus [Approximately 25 A4 pages of notes].
- Easter - Palm Sunday to Pentecost [Approximately 35 A4 pages of notes].
- Acts of the Apostles [Approximately 5 A4 pages of notes].
- AD700-AD1400 [Approximately 4 A4 pages of notes].
- AD1400-AD1800 [Approximately 4 A4 pages of notes].
- AD1800-AD2010 [Approximately 5 A4 pages of notes].
Pictorial explanations of the Bible with helpful written comments.
A timeline of the Bible illustrated with over 500 images or pictures
Overall: Bibleview.org is a large, unique, multilingual web site which presents an overview of the Christian Bible. The English section has over 800 pages and over 500 images. It has been on the web since 2002.
Indexing: The entire text of the Bible is indexed using small, iconic, representations of the same picture which illustrates each biblical story. Starting from the home page for each language, these indicies allow the web surfer to access any Bible reading using only two or three mouse clicks. It is very slick, and the site authors are to be congratulated.
Each one comprises an explanatory introduction; the picture; and finally, the Bible reading itself. All of the pages are further supplemented by a paragraph or two of prose, which present the historical background, so as to complete the word picture. The introductory texts in the English language edition have been written taking particular care that the grammar and spelling are for readers for whom English is a second or third language.
Design: This web site is the result of a labor of love by a handful of enthusiastic and dedicated amateurs, with help from many others over years, all on a shoe string budget. The pages load remarkably quickly. It is very useable even on a slow dial-up connection.
Pictures: Most of the pictures are simple, photographic reproductions of a series of large poster-sized colored drawings which were created specially for the originator of the project when he was in the role of an itinerant preacher.
In Conclusion: This web site provides an effective Bible based introduction to Christianity. In common with most amateur projects it is a work in progress. Be prepared to see incremental changes on a continuous basis.
The site: is made up as seen below: Language Level - The Bible broken into sections. Second Level - One of those sections. Third Level - Information on one of those small images. And extras like Time Lines
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Supplementary information such as teaching notes, resources and background information has been added to some of the English modules.
A number of files of information are kept off line. Some of these can be emailed on request. A list of these files is being prepared.