Saturday, July 12, 2008

The Half-Mil Bible History

You know you want to. You wish you could remember what happened when in the Bible. In fact, you wish you could keep the major events of church history in order.

Wait... you don't? Well why not? It's easy.

In fact, if you can remember 1 event for every 500 years, you'll have remembered the most major events in biblical and world history.

Ok, I know I run the risk of over-simplifying, well, everything. However, these are key events for every Christian to know, remember, and be educated about.

So, stay tuned as we take these events one-by-one.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous10:15 PM

    Cool topic. I am very interested. What is your source material. (Or is it just your fertile grey matter?)

    It seems to me that the revivals of the late 18th and early 19th century are worthy of a "marker" in time.

    Names like Jonathan Edwards, John Wesley, Phineas Brazie, and Charles Spurgeon shaped 20th century theology to the point that we assume that, "that just the way it's always been." I would think that lumping them into the reformers of the 1500's would be a stretch.


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