#5. HOW TO CALCULATE BIBLICAL TIME
This is an excellent bible study which explains how to calculate biblical time.
- Biblical Time Index
- Introduction 5
- #5a HOURS OF THE DAY, DAYS OF THE MONTH, MONTHS OF THE YEAR
- Introduction 5a
- #5a1 Calculating Hours of the Day in Scripture
- #5a2 Calculating Days of the week in Scripture
- #5a3 Calculating Days of the Month in Scripture
- #5a4 Calculating Months of the Year in Scripture
- #5b THE JEWISH / HEBREW CALENDAR
- #5c BIBLICAL TIME - ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF RECKONING
- Introduction 5c
- #5c1 What is Inclusive Reckoning?
- #5c2 What is wrong with Inclusive Reckoning?
- #5c3 What is Righteous Reckoning?
- #5d BIBLICAL TIME - THE TIMING OF EVENTS
- Introduction 5d
- #5d1 Israel ate Manna Forty Years in the Wilderness
- #5d2 Moses led Israel Forty Years in the Wilderness
- #5d3 Israel wandered in the Wilderness for Forty Years
- #5d4 Solomon took Seven Years and Six Months to Build the Temple
- #5h5 Conclusion on All of the Above Examples
- #5e CALCULATING THE AGES OF PEOPLE
- Introduction 5e
- #5e1 Moses was Eighty years old when he spoke to Pharaoh
- #5e2 Moses was a Hundred and Twenty years old when he died
- #5e3 Aaron was Eighty Three years old when he spoke to Pharaoh
- #5e4 Caleb was Forty years old when Moses sent him to spy out the land
- #5e5 Circumcised on the Eighth Day when Eight Days Old
- #5e6 Conclusion on All of the Above Examples
- #5f JEWISH / HEBREW REGNAL YEARS
- Introduction 5f
- #5f1 Scripturally Months are Numbered from Nisan
- #5f2 The Regnal year before the Divided Kingdom
- #5f3 The Regnal year of the Kings of Judah
- #5f4 The Regnal year of the Kings of Israel
- #5f5 The Non-accession Method of Counting Regnal Years
- #5f6 The Accession Method of Counting Regnal Years
- #5g RIGHTEOUS RECKONING - INCLUSIVE RECKONING ERROR REFUTED
- Introduction 5g
- #5g1 King Jehoiachin Reigned Three Months in Jerusalem
- #5g2 King David Reigned Seven Years in Hebron
- #5g3 There was no Rain in Samaria for Three Years and Six Months
- #5g4 Nehemiah was Appointed Governor in Judah for Twelve Years
- #5g5 Solomon took Seven Years to Build the Temple
- #5g6 The Law of the Leper
- #5g7 Menahem Reigned Ten Years in Samaria
- #5g8 Pekahiah Reigned for Two Years in Israel
- #5g9 Conclusion on All of the Above Examples
- #5h AMBIGUOUS EXAMPLES OF INCLUSIVE / RIGHTEOUS RECKONING
- Introduction 5h
- #5h1 Esther's Three days and Three nights of Fasting
- #5h2 A Child was Eight days old when he was Circumcised on the Eighth day
- #5h3 Does 'after three days' equal 'on the third day' (2 Chronicles 10)?
- #5h4 Four Days Ago I was Fasting until this hour (Acts 10:30)
- #5h5 Samaria was Besieged for Three Years
- #5h6 Jotham Reigned Sixteen Years in Judah
- #5h7 Three Years Without War between Syria and Israel
- #5h8 Conclusion on All of the Above Examples
- #5i BIBLICAL TIME - EXAMPLES OF INCLUSIVE RECKONING
- Introduction 5i
- #5i1 Nadab Reigned for Two Years over Israel
- #5i2 Baasha Reigned for Twenty Four Years over Israel
- #5i3 Elah Reigned for Two Years over Israel
- #5i4 Omri Reigned Twelve Years in Israel
- #5i5 Ahab's Non-Accession Year
- #5j BIBLICAL TIME CONCLUSION
- #5k QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON BIBLICAL TIME
One of the biggest problems facing any student of the bible, especially one who is interested in the chronology of it, that is, the way time is computed, and arranging historical events in order, is the problem of how to calculate biblical time. Biblical chronology has been investigated for centuries by many different people, and these so called experts do not agree with each other. Many have used historical data and added it to the biblical data, even in some cases giving the historical evidence precedence over what is written in scripture. Biblical chronology is a very complicated subject with very many problems to overcome, and this bible study is not attempting to establish a chronology of the bible. This is a bible study which explains how to calculate biblical time, and has been done only by looking only at biblical examples. It is important to understand because it affects how people understand the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. For centuries scholars and others have recognised the bible uses what is called inclusive reckoning when calculating time. However, it was not always used, there are many places which use a method which we have called righteous reckoning, and understanding where and when and each of these methods was used is what this bible study investigates.
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