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Divine Revelation Define Scripture Tradition Development of Gospels Magisterium Deposit of faith Doctrine/Dogma Transmission Outline Salvation History.

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1 Divine Revelation Define Scripture Tradition Development of Gospels Magisterium Deposit of faith Doctrine/Dogma Transmission Outline Salvation History Sequence of events Theophany Incarnation Central saving events OT NT Eras of Hebrew History

2 Creation 2000 BC 1700 BC 1280 BC 1240 BC 1050 BC 930 BC 722 BC 583 BC 513 BC 167 BC 64 BC 0 33 AD Present Eras of Jewish History

3 Early World Primeval History Creation to 2000BC The world begins

4 Patriarchs Abraham is called by God Abraham worships God Isaac is welcomed by Abraham Jacob tricks Isaac into giving him Esau’s blessing Jacob’s son Joseph becomes governor of Egypt 2000 BC- 1700BC

5 Exodus Passover Miracle of the Red Sea The Ten Commandments 1700BC-1280 BC

6 Desert Wanderings The Israelites build and worship a golden calf while waiting for Moses to return from God’s mountain and earn a great punishment They wander in the desert for 40 years 1280 BC-1240 BC

7 Conquest & Judges Reaching the Jordan River and the Promised Land of Canaan Judges, Deborah, Gideon, and Samson come to the aid of the tribes of Israel 1240 BC BC 12 Judges

8 United Kingdom 1050 BC- 930 BC Saul is the first king; He proves to be ineffective as a leader. David is the greatest king of Israel; He unites the tribes and expands Israel’s territory David’s son, Solomon succeeds David as king; His reign is filled with peace and prosperity

9 Divided Kingdom 930 BC- 722 BC Some of the Israelites revolt against Rehoboam. He maintains control over the southern portion of the kingdom- Judah Jeroboam takes control of the northern part of the kingdom- Israel Following the death of Solomon, there is a revolt against the new king

10 Downfall of Israel & Judah Babylonian Exile 722BC – 583 BC 722 BC, Israel is destroyed by Assyria 593 BC – 583BC The Babylonians attack and conquer Judah. Jerusalem and the Temple is destroyed 583 BC Israel is taken to Babylonia and is forced to live in exile there

11 Return, Restoration & Rededication Ezra, the priest rededicates the people and the temple to God After 50 years in exile the Israelites return to Jerusalem The Temple is rebuilt 538BC- 513BC

12 Maccabean Revolt & Rule 167BC-64BC After a long period of foreign domination the Jews win their independence; This last for about 100 years In 64 BC the Roman Empire invades and conquers Palestine

13 Messianic Fulfillment The promised savior arrives and lives among us for 33 years 0-33AD

14 The Church 33AD- End Pentecost- The Holy Spirit gives strength to the apostles and the Apostolic Church begins The Apostles and then those they ordain continue the mission of Jesus The Church will exist, with the Holy Spirit as its guide until Jesus comes again

15 Timeline 2000BCEARLY WORLDBLUE BCERA OF THE PATRIARCHSBLOOD RED BCSLAVERY AND EXODUSRED BCDESERT WANDERINGTAN/ LT BROWN BCCONQUEST AND JUDGESGREEN BCUNITED KINGDOMPURPLE BCDIVIDED KINGDOMBLACK BCDOWNFALL OF ISRAEL & JUDAH/ EXILE ( BC) DARK BLUE BCRETURN, RESTORATION & REDEDICATION YELLOW BCMACCABEAN REVOLT- JEWISH INDEPENDENCE ORANGE 0-33ADMESSIANIC FULFILLMENTGOLD 33 AD-ENDTHE CHURCHWHITE

16 Early World Patriarchs Exodus Desert Wandering Conquest & Judges United Kingdom Divided Kingdom Destruction & Exile Return, Restoration & Rededication Maccabean Revolt Messianic Age The Church


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