The Overview Of The Old Testament

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Later down the line the Native American from northern Asia, towards the end of this transitional period the Egyptian papyrus described medical and surgical procedures. One would say, it is a great thing that medicine was invented a couple of years prior. In 1526 B.C. Moses was born. Moses was a very important sector of the Old Testament. Moses was given the 10 Commandments in 1445 B.C... In these years so many people exchanged roles of leadership. In 1375 B.C. judges began to rule Israel. A creditable source stated, “The book of Judges Spans a period of over 325 years, recording six successive periods of oppression and deliverance, and the careers of 12 deliverers. Their captors included the Mesopotamians, Moabites, Philistines, Canaanites, Midianites, and Ammonites” (2005, iLumina). In 1209 B.C. Deborah becomes Israel’s judge, 1162 B.C. ...view middle of the document...

Nebuchadnezzar completed destruction in 586 but 70 years were counted from the time of the first captives being led away to Babylon.

Moving forward to 640 B.C. when Josiah becomes Judah’s king. Also during 640- 627 B.C. Zephaniah and Jeremiah both becomes prophets. “As God’s special messenger to Judah, Isaiah prophesied during the reigns of several of its rulers. Many of those messages are recorded in his book: Uzziah and Jotham, chapters 1–6; Ahaz, chapters 7–14; and Hezekiah, chapters 15–39” (2005, iLumina). In 538 B.C. in 539 Gobryas took the city of Babylon without a fight. Cyrus was now in control of all of the former Babylonian Empire and unchallenged master of that part of the world. According to one set of traditions, the first return of Israelites to Palestine was led by Sheshbazzar, a Prince of Judah (Ezra 1:8, 11 5:14, 16), perhaps a son of Johaiochin who had been taken captive to Babylon (cf. 1 Chron 3:18). He was given some authority over the territory and proceeded to lay the foundations for the rebuilding of the Temple.

The years 239-169 B.C. was the Ennius era. Ennius was generally called the "Father of Roman poetry," was only an additional power in behalf of the Greeks. Through the work of Cicero, there are preserved a number of fragments and the titles of a score of tragedies from the hand of Ennius. Moving forward to A.D. 6/5 Jesus Christ was born. In A.D 1, Judea became a roman temple a Jesus visited as a boy. This would have been a very memorable moment had people truly understood who Jesus Christ was going to be in this day and age. Shortly after Jesus had become a teen John the Baptist began his ministry. In 26/27 Jesus begun his ministry; it was not long after Jesus was crucified and ascended in to heaven. After this event took place Apostle John writes revelations.

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