AD1400 — AD1800 – TIME LINES

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WORLD/SECULAR HISTORY year/month/day Christian History and Jewish History
Historical events in Politics and Business   Events and history that happened in both faiths
   including Christian & Jewish persons
 
October AD1400  Chaucer murdered?
Ockham’s razor Mid 14th cent.  
  AD1412-1431 Joan of Arc
  AD1415 John Huss Burned at the Stake
Movable type is invented AD1434  
  AD1452-1519  Leonardo Da Vinci
  AD1456  Johann Gutenberg Produces the First Printed Bible
F.Schleiermacher AD1468-1834  
  AD1469-1536   Erasmus
Copernicus AD1473-1543  
Michelangelo by Leonardo Da Vinci AD1475-1564  
  AD1478-1834 Spanish Inquisition
  AD1478 Establishment of the Spanish Inquisition
  AD1483-1546 Martin Luther
  AD1484-1531 Ulrich Zwingli
  AD1489-1556 Thomas Cranmer
  AD1491-1556 Ignatius Loyola
  AD1492 All Jews banished from Spain.
Columbus reaches America AD1492  
  AD1498 Savonarola Executed
   

1500-1650 High Renaissance

   
  AD1509-1564 John Calvin
  AD1512 Michelangelo Completes the Sistine Chapel Ceiling
  AD1513-1572 John Knox
  AD1516 Erasmus’ Greek New Testament
  AD1517 Martin Luther Posts His Ninety-five Theses
  AD1519 Zurich Reformation begins
  AD1520 Anabaptist movement begins
  AD1523 Zwingli Leads Swiss Reformation
  AD1525 Anabaptist Movement Begin1
  AD1534 Jesuit Society is founded
  AD1534 English Act of Supremacy
  AD1534 Henry VIII’s Act of Supremacy
  AD1536 John Calvin Publishes The Institute of the Christian Religion
  AD1540 The Pope Approves the Jesuits
  AD1541 Calvin establishes Geneva theocracy
  AD1545 Opening of the Council of Trent
  AD1549 Cramner Produces the Book of Common Prayers
  AD1559 John Knox Returns to Scotland to Lead Reformation
Galileo AD1564-1642  
  AD1572 Saint Bartholomew’s Day Massacre
  AD1593 English separatists are called Puritans
Descartes AD1596-1650  
   
1350-1500 Renaissance   1600-1800 Early Modern Church
Rembrandt AD1606-1669  
  AD1608-1609 John Smyth Baptizes the First Baptist
  AD1611 Publication of the King James Bible
  AD1618-1648 Thirty Years’ War
Kepler’s Laws AD1618  
  AD1620 Pilgrims land on Plymouth Rock
  AD1620 Pilgrims Sign the Mayflower Compact
  AD1624-1850 Deism
  AD1624-1691 George Fox
  AD1628 Comenius Driven From His Homeland
Locke AD1632-1704  
  AD1635-1750 Philip Jacob Spener
English (Puritan) Revolution AD1640-1658  
Newton AD1642-1726  
  AD1646 The Westminster Confession of Faith
  AD1648 George Fox Founds the Society of Friends
  AD1650 Quakers are founded
   
1500-1650 High Renaissance    
   
The Enlightenment AD1650-1800    
  AD1662 Rembrandt Completes The Return of the Prodigal Son
  AD1675 Philip Jacob Spener Publishes Pia Desideria
  AD1678 John Bunyan The Pilgrim’s Progress Published
  AD1678 Pilgrim’s Progress
  AD1685 The Births of Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frederic Handel
  AD1703-1758 Jonathan Edwards
  AD1707 Publication of Isaac Watt’s Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Hume AD1711-1776  
Steam engine AD1712  
  AD1715-1770 George Whitefield
  AD1726 First Great Awakening begins
  AD1727 Awakening at Hernhut Launches Moravian Brethren
  AD1735 Great Awakening Under Jonathan Edwards
  AD1738 John Wesley’s Conversion
  AD1741  Start of first U.S. revival Geroge Witfield
Kant AD1742-1804  
Mozart AD1756-1791  
  Mid 18th cent. Major denominations Establish American organizations
  AD1761-1834 William Carey
  AD1768-1834 F. Schleiermacher
James Cook lands at Botany Bay  AD1770  
Beethoven AD1770-1827  
Hegel AD1770-1831  
  AD1772 Circuit riders begin their ministry
American Revolution AD1775-1783  
  AD1780 Robert Raikes Begins Sunday Schools
French Revolution AD1789-1799  
   
Industrial Revolution Mid 18th-early 20th
cent.
 
Restoration Movement 19th cent.  
Liberalism/Modernism 19th-20th
cent.
 
  AD1793 William Carey Sails for India
   
    1800-present Modern Church
  AD1800-1830s Second Great Awakening
  AD1800 revival
  AD1800 Society of Biblical Literature
  AD1801-1890 John Henry
Atomic theory AD1802  
  AD1807 The British Parliament Votes to Abolish the Slave Trade
  AD1807 Robert Morrison 1st missionary to China. Translated the Chinese Bible
Darwin AD1809-1882  
  AD1811  The Campbells Begin the Disciples of Christ
  AD1812  Adoniram and Ann Judson Sail for India
  AD1812  Moses Hess
  AD1813-1883  Soren Kierkegaard
Napoleon defeated at the battel of Waterloo  AD1815  
  AD1816  Richard Allen Founds African Methodist Episcopal Church
  AD1817  Elizabeth Fry Begins Ministry to Women in Prison
     
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