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Chronological and background charts of the Old Testament / John H. Walton. [print]

By: Walton, John H, 1952- [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher number: EB00750700Series: ZondervanCharts SerPublication details: Grand Rapids : Zondervan, (c)2019. Edition: second editionDescription: 1 online resource (125 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0310523192; 9780310523192Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- Chronology | ReligionGenre/Form: Electronic books. LOC classification: BS637.2BS637.2.W239.C476 2019Online resources: Click here to access ONLINE RESOURCE COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
part 1: Sections of the canon ; The holy Scriptures ; Genealogies from Adam to Abraham ; Time periods of the flood ; Chronology of the patriarchs ; Patriarchal family tree ; Theophanies in Genesis ; Sons of Jacob ; Jewish calendar ; Jewish special days ; Laws of the Old Testament ; Sacrificial system ; Clean and unclean animals ; The Decalogue and Deuteronomy ; Parallels between the law and wisdom ; Chronology of the judges ; Correlation of Samuel/Kings and Chronicles ; Family and ancestry of David ; Narrative emphasis in the history of the united monarchy ; The kings of Judah ; The kings of Israel ; The dynasties of the northern kingdom ; Succession and intermarriage among the 9th-century royal houses ; Source books mentioned in Scripture ; Returns from exile ; Chronological sequence in the Book of Ezra ; Battles in the wilderness ; Battles of Joshua's conquest ; Battles of the Judges period ; Wars of Saul ; Establishment of the Davidic empire ; Military conflicts of Israel ; Military conflicts of Judah ; Major Neo-Assyrian campaigns in Syro-Palestine ; Psalm types/types of Hebrew parallelism ; Classification of Psalms ; Psalms : a cantata of the Davidic covenant ; Function of the prophets/chronology of the prophets ; Message and fulfillment ; Categories of prophetic oracle ; Subjects of aftermath oracles ; The messages of the pre-exilic minor prophets ; The parallel structure of the Book of Daniel ; The structure of Zechariah 1-7 ; part 2: Ancient Near East ; Comparative ancient Near Eastern chronology ; Egyptian chronology ; Early Mesopotamian history ; Highlights of Assyrian history ; Kings of Assyria ; Assyrian foreign policy ; Kings of Israel and Judah in Assyrian royal inscriptions ; Highlights of Babylonian history ; Kings of Syria/kings of Neo-Babylonia ; Chronology of the Persian period ; Israel's neighbors ; The nations in prophecy ; Intertestamental chronology ; Major inscriptions of Old Testament significance ; Major tablets of Old Testament significance ; Archaeological periods ; Development of warfare ; Comparison of biblical and Babylonian creation accounts ; Comparison of biblical and Babylonian flood accounts ; Ancient Near Eastern literature containing parallels to the Old Testament ; Ancient Near Eastern deities ; Key theological distinctions between Israel and her neighbors ; The plagues and the gods of Egypt ; Treaty format and biblical covenants ; Legal texts of the ancient Near East ; part 3: Bible study ; The Semitic language family ; Versions and manuscripts of the Old Testament ; Textual criticism : types of errors ; Old Testament textual development ; Principles for word studies ; Forms of critical analysis ; Creation theories ; Identity of the "sons of God" ; Comparison of chronological systems ; Extent of the flood I & II ; Date of the exodus I & II ; Views concerning the fate of Jephthah's daughter ; Views concerning Daniel's four empires ; Views concerning Daniel's 70 weeks ; Messiah in the Old Testament ; The angel of the Lord in the Old Testament ; Satan in the Old Testament ; The ark of the covenant ; "And the Spirit of the Lord came upon them" ; Dreams and visions ; The people of God and the covenant ; part 4: Miscellaneous ; Distances between Old Testament cities ; Old Testament weights and measures ; Rabbinic writings.
Summary: This volume is a revised, updated, and expanded edition of a very popular tool for pastors, teachers, and students for the study of the Old Testament.
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This volume is a revised, updated, and expanded edition of a very popular tool for pastors, teachers, and students for the study of the Old Testament.

part 1: Sections of the canon ; The holy Scriptures ; Genealogies from Adam to Abraham ; Time periods of the flood ; Chronology of the patriarchs ; Patriarchal family tree ; Theophanies in Genesis ; Sons of Jacob ; Jewish calendar ; Jewish special days ; Laws of the Old Testament ; Sacrificial system ; Clean and unclean animals ; The Decalogue and Deuteronomy ; Parallels between the law and wisdom ; Chronology of the judges ; Correlation of Samuel/Kings and Chronicles ; Family and ancestry of David ; Narrative emphasis in the history of the united monarchy ; The kings of Judah ; The kings of Israel ; The dynasties of the northern kingdom ; Succession and intermarriage among the 9th-century royal houses ; Source books mentioned in Scripture ; Returns from exile ; Chronological sequence in the Book of Ezra ; Battles in the wilderness ; Battles of Joshua's conquest ; Battles of the Judges period ; Wars of Saul ; Establishment of the Davidic empire ; Military conflicts of Israel ; Military conflicts of Judah ; Major Neo-Assyrian campaigns in Syro-Palestine ; Psalm types/types of Hebrew parallelism ; Classification of Psalms ; Psalms : a cantata of the Davidic covenant ; Function of the prophets/chronology of the prophets ; Message and fulfillment ; Categories of prophetic oracle ; Subjects of aftermath oracles ; The messages of the pre-exilic minor prophets ; The parallel structure of the Book of Daniel ; The structure of Zechariah 1-7 ; part 2: Ancient Near East ; Comparative ancient Near Eastern chronology ; Egyptian chronology ; Early Mesopotamian history ; Highlights of Assyrian history ; Kings of Assyria ; Assyrian foreign policy ; Kings of Israel and Judah in Assyrian royal inscriptions ; Highlights of Babylonian history ; Kings of Syria/kings of Neo-Babylonia ; Chronology of the Persian period ; Israel's neighbors ; The nations in prophecy ; Intertestamental chronology ; Major inscriptions of Old Testament significance ; Major tablets of Old Testament significance ; Archaeological periods ; Development of warfare ; Comparison of biblical and Babylonian creation accounts ; Comparison of biblical and Babylonian flood accounts ; Ancient Near Eastern literature containing parallels to the Old Testament ; Ancient Near Eastern deities ; Key theological distinctions between Israel and her neighbors ; The plagues and the gods of Egypt ; Treaty format and biblical covenants ; Legal texts of the ancient Near East ; part 3: Bible study ; The Semitic language family ; Versions and manuscripts of the Old Testament ; Textual criticism : types of errors ; Old Testament textual development ; Principles for word studies ; Forms of critical analysis ; Creation theories ; Identity of the "sons of God" ; Comparison of chronological systems ; Extent of the flood I & II ; Date of the exodus I & II ; Views concerning the fate of Jephthah's daughter ; Views concerning Daniel's four empires ; Views concerning Daniel's 70 weeks ; Messiah in the Old Testament ; The angel of the Lord in the Old Testament ; Satan in the Old Testament ; The ark of the covenant ; "And the Spirit of the Lord came upon them" ; Dreams and visions ; The people of God and the covenant ; part 4: Miscellaneous ; Distances between Old Testament cities ; Old Testament weights and measures ; Rabbinic writings.

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