John the Baptist's birth Luke 1:5 - 25, 41 - 44, 57 - 63 Date: 5 B.C., The priceless New Testament by Martin Luther. That would be much too late as a date for Jesus’ birth. Galatians 1:18 and 2:1) prior to the famine visit of Acts 11:30. Enoch (“dedicated”) – son of Jared who was taken up to God without dying 8. Many scholars, even within conservative, Evangelical circles disagree with the precise ordering given above. Slightly adapted from Robert H. Gundry, A Survey of the New Testament, 3rded. John. New Testament Events from A .D. Thus Paul arrived in Rome in the early part of 60. Plan Length: 92 days. To find out how long Jesus’ public ministry lasted and thus what year he died, we can refer to the time references in John’s Gospel. Copyright © 2020 Grace Fellowship Church All Rights Reserved. Adam (“man” or “to be red”) – first man 2. New Testament Events from A .D. Our cravings can take us to new spouses, new jobs, or even new cities or countries. Click "Start Plan" to … We will take as our pivotal starting point the “great famine” that was prophesied by Agabus and which befell Palestine during the reign of the Roman emperor Claudius (Acts 11:28-29). Jude - 68. They will never be interested in theology, until... A short devotion for the day: A Hopeful Spirit. Estimated Completion Date: Monday, February 8, 2021. Paul was not long in the city before he was arrested. Ephesians - 62-63. Acts 20:4-38; Acts 21; Acts 22; Acts 23:1-35, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Reading Plan - Chronological New Testament Bible / Reading Plans / Chronological New Testament; In only 3 months you can read the New Testament in the order that the events happened. More precisely Paul’s arrest probably occurred in the late spring or summer of 57 since we know that Paul’s goal in Acts 20:16 was to arrive in Jerusalem by Pentecost of that year, and Pentecost occurred at the end of May. Enos (“human being” – son of Seth, grandson of Adam 4. Late 80s-early 90s. 1. 3) Paul’s eagerness to give to the poor mentioned in Galatians 2:10 connects naturally with the second Jerusalem visit when Paul was in fact delivering relief to the poor (Acts 11:30). John appears to make use of this to bring out the truth that Christ was slain as our Passover (cf. Neither question has received a completely satisfying answer. This may well have aggravated and prolonged the famine. This arrival date is confirmed by Acts 18:2 which says that Aquila and Priscilla had only recently been exiled from Rome when Paul came to Corinth. - Newsletter. First Thessalonians - 52-53. Taking into account now the time gaps mentioned in Galatians 1:18 and 2:1 as well as the supposition that the first missionary journey lasted about a year, we can tabularize "Reconstructions I and II" as follows if we keep in mind that these are approximations: First Jerusalem visit Important New Testament People. After this the events of the early chapters of Acts are hard to date because no precise statements are made about the amount of time between the various events. The odd result is that we must now say Christ was born no later than four years “before Christ”! Kenan (“possession” – son of Enosh, grandson of Asam 5. Article Images Copyright © 2020 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. Most people in the world have no experience of lasting joy in their lives. This should keep us from being discouraged when we realize that, because we lack enough information, very few New Testament happenings can be given exact dates. Luke - 63. It is a remarkable testimony to the influence of Christianity that the entire Western world now divides history into B. C. (Before Christ) and A. D. (Anno Domini, ‘the year of our Lord’). “According to the calendar Jesus was following, the meal was the Passover. First Corinthians - 57. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. But the temple authorities followed another, according to which the sacrificial victims were slain the next day. All of our resources exist to guide you toward everlasting joy in Jesus Christ.