The Judeo Christrian Timeline

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In History
  • 1,813 BCE

    Abraham is born

    Abraham is born
  • 1,738 BCE

    Abraham settles in Cannan

    Abraham settles in Cannan
    Abraham is called by God to leave his home for the land God will show him. God promises he will father a great nation
  • 1,713 BCE

    Issac is Born

    Issac is Born
    When Abraham is 100 years old his elderly wife bears him a son, Issac just as God promised him
  • 1,653 BCE

    Jacob and Esau are born

    Jacob and Esau are born
    Issac and Rebekah have twins that jostle with each other in the womb. This is symbolic of how they treat each other as they grow up
  • Period:
    1,556 BCE
    to
    1,553 BCE

    The 12 Patriarchs of Israel are born

    Jacob has 12 sons with his 2 wives and 2 concubines. Their descendants make up the 12 tribes of Israel
  • 1,545 BCE

    Joseph is sold into slavery

    Joseph is sold into slavery
    Joseph is sold into slavery by his 10 older brothers
  • 1,532 BCE

    Joseph becomes Viceroy in Egypt

    Joseph becomes Viceroy in Egypt
    Pharaoh makes Joseph his right hand man after Joseph tells Pharaoh how to react to a coming famine
  • 1,523 BCE

    Jacob and his family go to Egypt

    Jacob and his family go to Egypt
    After Jacob learns that Joseph is ruler of Egypt he goes there to escape the famine and be reunited with his son before he dies
  • 1,393 BCE

    Moses is born

    Moses is born
    Years after Joseph died, the Egyptians enslaved the Hebrews. Moses will be the one to deliver his people from oppresion
  • 1,313 BCE

    Moses receives the Ten Commandments on Mt. Sinai

    Moses receives the Ten Commandments on Mt. Sinai
    Moses goes up to Mt. Sinai where God gives him the law of the Jewish people
  • 1,313 BCE

    The exodus

    The exodus
    Moses leads the Hebrew people away from captivity in Eygpt to return to Canaan
  • 1,273 BCE

    The Jews cross into Canaan

    The Jews cross into Canaan
    The Jewish people reach the promised land after they cross over the Jordan river under Joshua's leadership
  • -879 BCE

    The First King

    The First King
    After centuries of being ruled by judges and prophets the Jews ask for a king. The prophet Samuel anoints a young man named Saul
  • -869 BCE

    David becomes King of Israel

    David becomes King of Israel
    God rejects Saul because of his disobedience and makes David, the son of Jesse, King
  • -833 BCE

    Solomon builds the temple

    Solomon builds the temple
    Solomon builds the first house for God just as God promised his father David
  • -797 BCE

    Solomon dies and Israel is divided

    Solomon dies and Israel is divided
  • -718 BCE

    Elijah goes up in a chariot of fire

    Elijah goes up in a chariot of fire
    Elijah the prophet departs from the earth on a chariot of fire going up to heaven with only his disciple, Elisha, there to witness the event
  • -343 BCE

    Ezra leads the second return to Israel

    Ezra leads the second return to Israel
    Ezra leads the people from Babylon back to their homeland and rebuilds the temple of the Lord
  • -4 BCE

    Christ is born

    Christ is born
    The Virgin Mary gives birth to Jesus Christ in a manger in Bethlehem.
  • 29

    Jesus is Crucified

    Jesus is Crucified
    Jesus is tried and handed over to the Romans. They crucify him with two other criminals on Good Friday, this is seen as one of the most important moments in the Christian Faith
  • 33

    Stephen is martyred

    Stephen is martyred
    A young man named Stephen is stoned to death and becomes the first Martyr of the Christian faith
  • 68

    Apostles Peter and Paul are Martyred in Rome

    Apostles Peter and Paul are Martyred in Rome
    Two of the greatest apostles in their time "finish their race" as Paul says to Timothy in a letter. Both are Martyred by roman authorities
  • 90

    St John writes his Gospel and the book of Revelation and departs

    St John writes his Gospel and the book of Revelation and departs
    The last of the 12 disciples John is exiled to the island of Patmos where he eventually dies of old age but not before he writes his Gospel and the Book of Reveation