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What time Ierusalem that Cittie faire, Was sieg'd and sackt by great Vespasians heire   Canaan's Calamitie, Jerusalem's Misery ; The dolefull destruction of faire Ierusalem by Tytus, the Sonne of Vaspasian Emperour of Rome, in the yeare of Christ's Incarnation 74  (1598) Wherein is shewed the woonderfull miseries which God brought upon that Citty for sinne, being utterly over-throwne and destroyed, by Sword, pestilence and famine. 



MAPS AND THEOLOGICAL CHARTS

Charts & Maps | Jerusalem - Temple | Masada | Portraits
2,000 Years of Josephus | Numismatic History | The Roman Empire

Charts, Timelines, Tables and Trees
Curator Doesn't Vouch For the Accuracy of Any Except His Own


 

LATEST ADDITIONS:

 

(Photo: The Christian Post via Josh Byers)

End Times Infographic Dissects Christian Views on Tribulation, Rapture In Christianity, the end times is punctuated by the tribulation, the rapture and the second coming of Jesus Christ, and is often discussed along the lines of premillennialism, postmillennialism and amillennialism. The Book of Revelation, the final book of the Bible, is usually cited in these discussions, although other New Testament books and prophetic books of the Old Testament are referenced as well. Christians believe the Bible teaches that Jesus Christ will return at some future point to reign on Earth and judge the world — although the purported timeline of events are hotly debated."


"First Century Chart" by Donald Hochner


 This Age / Age to Come Chart

PuritanBoard: Discussing the "Two Age Model" "Do no preterists wish to offer their views? The two age model contradicts preterism. Preterism depends in part on interpreting some passages about a present age as referring to the age of the Old Covenant, which was to be ended with the destruction of Jerusalem." (represented in the Idealism of Waldron)

Four Interpretations of Revelation: Preterism, Historicism, Idealism and Futurism. Copyright Prairie Distance Education, 2002. Created by J. L. Haynes.


INFORMATION TABLES


TIMES AND PLACES OF
WRITING THE BIBLE
 

Dr. Nathanial Lardner

 

John A.T. Robinson
Redating the New Testament

James

c. 47-8

1 Thessalonians

early 50

2 Thessalonians

50-1

1 Corinthians

spring 55

1 Timothy

autumn 55

2 Corinthians

early 56

Galatians

later 56

Romans

early 57

Titus

late spring 57

Philippians

spring 58

Philemon

summer 58

Colossians

summer 58

Ephesians

late summer 58

2 Timothy

autumn 58

The Didache

c. 40-60

Mark

c. 45-60

Matthew

c. 40-60+

Luke

-57-60+

Jude

61-2

2 Peter

61-2

Acts

-57-62+

1, 2, 3 John

c. 60-65

1 Peter

spring 65

John

c. -40-65+

Hebrews

c. 67

Revelation

late 68 (-70)

1 Clement

early 70

Barnabas

c. 75

The Shepherd of Hermas

-c. 85

 

FLOWCHARTS
& GENEALOGICAL TREES



Genealogical Table of the Ptolemies and Seleucidae

Illustrative of Daniel 9-12
 

 

Jewish Weights & Measures

Three Days and Three Nights

 

FUTURIST CHARTS


   
DISPENSATIONALIST FUTURISM
Dispensationalist Charts at Google
Clarence Larkin's Representation of Nebuchadnezzar's Statue

Clarence Larkin Charts


End Times 7-Year Period



Notes by Ron Craig, Pastor of Antioch Baptist Church

 

Dispensationalism at a Glance

The Seven Dispensations

The Seven Dispensations

Arab & Israeli
"Covenant of Peace"

Dispensational Premillennialism

World History Chart
(Millennium Starts in 2000)

Comparison of Millennial Views

Comparison of Millennial Views

"A Tribulation Map"
(Modified by Bible.ca)

Abeka Books' Representation of the New Jerusalem

 

     

CRITICAL OF DISPENSATIONALISM


Flowchart From Egyptian Mystery Religions to Dallas Theological Seminary!

 

 

HISTORICIST FUTURISM




 
Daniel's Seventy weeks Chart
2300 Days of Daniel 8

Edwards' View of Prophecy

Newton's Writings
   
   

PRETERIST CHARTS

 

 



   
   


 


 



 
 



Transition Period of the Testaments
 
After
Adam
and
Eve
Sinned
Moses
gives
Israel
God's
Law
Jesus'
ministry
begins
at age
30
Jesus'
death
on
the
cross
God
sends
destruction on Jerusalem
in 70AD
Old Testament Era 
  Transition Period From Old to New
  New Testament History (to AD60s)

 

 




 


IDEALIST CHARTS



 


Israel's History a Type from Beginning to End

 

The Lord Jesus Christ : Telos and Eschaton

     

Mechanism of Earthly Events as Fascimilie

Earthly Shadows of Eternal Realities

Philippians 4:5 - Spatialogy or Eschatology


 

  

 



 

 

Robert Townley

 

Process of Spiritual Life

 

Eternal Ship with Historical Anchors


CRITICAL OF HYPER PRETERISM


 

HyP Storyline Fundamentally Different from Historical Christianity's

Matthew 10:23 "All the Cities of Israel"

 


How AD70 Saw End of Both the Judaism of the Old Testament
and the Christianity of the New Testament


Bell: "the gospel which Paul held firmly till his death (2 Timothy 4:6-8) did not belong to the "present age" of scripture"

Ingredients of an Effective Refutation

 

At What Point do "Last Things" Drive the Cart ?

   
   
Lack of Christological Focus

Cook's Parallel Passage?

CARTOONS


 
  


MAPS



 




 

 

The Spread of Christianity Down to 180 AD


GENERAL CHARTS / GRAPHS


 


 

 

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Earthquakes and Historical Facts


 

 
 

Deuteronomy

Revelation

 

Israel warned that something important is about to happen (in that generation, 5:3)

  

Israel urged to obey God?s Law (4)

 

Obedience of God brings life and prosperity (6)

 

Moses calls on two witnesses (4:25; 30:19)

 

Plagues, famine, sickness (28:59)

  

Israel will be a harlot (31:16)

 

A glimpse of the type of Promised Land (34)

 

Do not add to this book (4:2)

 

The Church warned that something important is about to happen (in that generation, 1:1)

 

The churches urged to obey God  (1-3)

 

Obedience brings life and protection (7:3)

 

Two witnesses called upon (11)

  

Great plagues, pestilence, famine and mourning (18:8)

 
Israel is a harlot (19:2)

 

A glimpse of the REAL Promised Land (21:1,2)

 

Do not add to this book (22:18)


 

Old Covenant

New Covenant

Moses comes from the water to deliver Israel from bondage in Egypt

 

 Moses leads Israel to promised land, but unbelieving generation rejects the land.

 

Evil generation has to die after 40 years of re-generation

 

After 40 years, Israel enters promised land, obstacle Jericho has to be destroyed under the leadership of Joshua

 

 
The promised land offers Israel protection and life.

Jesus baptized in water starts ministry to deliver mankind from bondage of sin (A.D. 30)

 

Jesus leads Israel to salvation, but unbelieving generation rejects him

 

Evil generation has to die while the Church is created for 40 years

 

After 40 years, the Church enters promised land, obstacle Jerusalem (Jewish Temple) destroyed under the leadership of Jeshua  (Jesus) A.D. 70

 

The parousia (Greek: presence of Christ) offers the church protection and life



 

 

PROPHECY            FULFILLMENT

“And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world (Greek oikumene) for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come” (Matthew 24:14)

But I say, have they not heard? Yes indeed:

Their sound has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (Greek oikumene)” (Romans 10:18)

And the gospel must first be published among all nations (Greek ethnos)”

(Mark 13:10)

...My gospel... has been made manifest, and by the prophetic Scriptures has been made known to all nations (Greek ethnos)...” (Romans 16:25-26)
And He said to them, ‘Go into all the world (Greek kosmos) and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15) ...of the gospel, which has come to you, as it has also in all the world (Greek kosmos), as is bringing forth fruit...,” (Colossians 1:5-6).
And he said unto them ‘Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature (Greek kitisis) “ (Mark 16:15) ...from the gospel which you heard, which was preached to every creature (Greek kitisis) under heaven, of which I, Paul became a minister” (Colossians 1:23)
But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth (Greek ge)” (Acts 1:8).

But I say, have they not heard? Yes indeed:

Their sound has gone out to all the earth (Greek ge), and their words to the ends of the world” (Romans 10:18)

 

Corinthians 15, 1 Thessalonians 4
 and Matthew 24 are the same event

1 Corinthians 15

1 Thessalonians 4, 5

15:23 - are Christ’s at His coming 4:16 - the Lord Himself shall come
15:51 - sleep 4:14 - sleep
15:52 - the trumpet shall sound 4:16 - shout, voice, trump
15:52 - dead shall be raised 4:16 - dead in Christ shall rise first

 

Matthew 24

1 Thessalonians 4 and 5

24:27 - coming (Parousia) 4:15 - coming (Parousia)
24:30 - clouds 4:17 - clouds
24:31 - sound of a trumpet 4:16 - shout, voice trump
24:31 - gather together 4:17 - caught up together
24:36 - day or hour 5:1 - times and seasons
24:43 - a thief 5:2 - a thief
24:39 - took them all away 5:3 - sudden destruction
24:42 - watch 5:6 - watch

 

1 Corinthians 15

1 Thessalonians 4

Matthew 24

At His coming Jesus coming Jesus coming
Last trump Trumpet Trumpet
Dead saints raised Dead saints raised Angels gather saints
Living saints changed Living saints caught up Angels gather saints
  Coming in the clouds Coming in the clouds
 


 

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Wheat Harvest
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Church building
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Jesus as the Perfect Moses:
 

Jesus is born under Jewish Persecution (Mt. 2)Moses is born under Jewish Persecution 

(Ex. 1:8-22)

Jesus escapes infanticide (Mt. 2:16-18)Moses escapes infanticide (Ex. 1:22, 2:1-10)
Jesus spends early days in Egypt (Mt. 2:13-15)Moses spends early days in Egypt (Mt. 2:15)
Jesus begins his ministry with self-enacted miracles and preaching (Mt. 4:18-25)Moses begins his God-appointed mission with God-caused miracles (Ex.3:20, 4:1-9, 17, chps 7-14)
Jesus gives the perfect law of love of the kingdom on a "mountain" (Mt. 5-7)Moses gives to the people God’s law on Mount Sinai (Ex. 20ff, later capitulates to their weaknesses, Mt. 5:31-32; cf. Lk 10:4-12)

Jesus as the Perfect Nation of Israel:
 

Jesus is exiled in Egypt to escape death and then later leaves (Mt. 2:13-15; cf Hosea 11:1). This

fulfills the testimony of Hosea.

Israel is exiled in Egypt to escape famine and then later leaves by God’s power (Gen. 47:4, Ex. 1:1-7, Ex. 12:51)
Jesus is baptized (Mt. 3:13-17) to fulfill all righteousness. Thereafter, God announces that he is pleased with His Son (Mt. 3:17)Israel is baptized in the Red Sea (Ex. 14:21-22, cf I Cor. 10:2) but God is not pleased with them (I Cor. 10:1-5).
Jesus enters the desert where he is tempted and rebuffs Satan with the word of God (Mt. 4:1-11)Israel is tested in desert and is found wanting (Ex. 15:22-26, 16:2-3, Chp 32, etc., Num. 26:65, cf I Cor. 10:5)

 

The Passion According to Isaiah
PRETERIST INTERPRETATION OF ISAIAH 35

ISAIAH PREDICTED THAT THE SERVANT…

700 YEARS LATER, Y'SHUA…

would be disfigured by suffering
(52:14; 53:2-3)
was struck, spat on and mocked (Mark 15:17-19)
would come from humble beginnings
(53:2)
grew up in Nazareth, a city with a very (53:2) poor reputation; and not where the Messiah was expected to come from (Luke 2:39-40, 51)
would be rejected by many
(53:1,3)
while on the cross, was mocked, blasphemed and reviled, even by those who were crucified with him (Matthew 27:39-44)
would bear our sins and suffer in our place (53:4-6,11) "…himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed." (1 Peter 2:24)
would heal many (53:4-5) healed many (Matthew 8:16-17)
voluntarily took our punishment upon himself (53:6-7) said, "I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep" (John 10:11)
remained silent during his suffering (53:7) did not defend himself to Herod, Pontius Pilate or the Sanhedrin (Matthew 26:62-64; 27:11-14; Luke 23:9)
would die (53:8,12) died on a cross (Mark 15:37; John 19:33-34)
would be buried with a rich man (53:9) was buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea, a rich man (Matthew 27:57-60)
would not remain dead, but see his seed, prolong his days and be exalted (53:10-11) rose from the dead three days after the crucifixion and still lives today and millions of people see themselves as his spiritual seed (Matthew 28:1-10)

 

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