Church History Timeline - Under Construction

Biblical history timelines will always be an issue of debate. I for one do not embrace evolution as fact but theory. Some of the Christian faith have embraced a compromise of evolution and their faith in the forms of Gap Theory, Theistic Evolution, Day-Age Theory, and an allegorical interpretation of scripture. I believe that Christ died for humankind because humankind was affected by Adam's disobedience. Else, Christ did not die for what the scripture states. However, disbelieving evolution is not a requirement for being a Christian. Please do attempt to not be distracted by the BC dates as you read through the full timeline.
- Jeremy Brown

Before time - Heaven, the 4 beasts, and angels are created.
Following, there are phenomena that account for a difference between actual years and atomic years.

3924BC - Space, laws, time, energy, atoms, elements, Earth, light (initial speed is 6.25 x 10^11 times its current speed - here), cells, plants, stars, planets, comets, asteroids, meteors, and animals are created. God stretched out the universe from a central point. This lends to the possibility of a static universe rather than an expanding universe. The fact that stars and other bodies were moved from a central location accounts for why we see distant celestial bodies in the night sky, relating to a big bang cosmology but not as such. The process would make it appear that the universe is expanding. Archaeozoic Era and Stone Age begin. Adam(1st earth king, Alorus) is created. (See Setterfield for geological time.)
3913BC
- Adam placed in Eden.
3894BC
- Eve is created.
3891BC -
Lucifer and 1/3 of God's angels are expelled from Heaven and its ranks.
3890BC
- Adam and Eve sin, are expelled from Eden, and Eve conceives.
3889BC
- Cain and twin sister born of Adam and Eve.
3887BC
- Abel and twin sister born of Adam and Eve.
3825BC
- Cain kills Abel.
3800BC
- Cain begins a form of earth worship and Satanism.
3794BC
- Seth(2nd earth king, Alaparus) and twin sister born of Adam and Eve.
3761BC
- Beginning year of modern Jewish calendar.
3689BC
- Enos(3rd earth king, Amelon) and twin sister born of Seth. Hadean period begins.
3658BC
- Enosh introduces idol worship.
3599BC
- Cainan(4th earth king, Ammenon) and twin sister born of Enos. Archean period begins.
3559BC
- Cainan becomes king.
3529BC
- Mahalaleel(5th earth king, Megalarus) and twin sister born of Cainan.
3464BC
- Jared(6th earth king, Daonus) and twin sister born of Mahaleel.
3302BC
- Enoch(7th earth king, Euedoreschus) and twin sister born of Jared. Proterozoic period begins.
3237BC
- Methuselah(8th earth king, Amempsinus) and twin sister born of Enoch. Enoch becomes king.
3050BC
- Lemech(9th earth king, Otiartes) born of Methuselah.
3000BC
- Bronze Age begins.
2994BC
- Adam dies and is buried in Ma’arat Hamachpelah at Hebron. Methuselah becomes king.
2937BC
- Enoch is taken to Heaven physically and does not return.
2882BC
- Seth dies.
2868BC
- Noah (10th earth king, Ogyges Saga, Great Patriarch, Sovereign Priest, Mighty Sacrificer, Olybarma, Arsa, Janus, Shu, Uranus, Ouranos, Xisuthrus, Deucalion) born of Lemech.
2784BC
- Enos dies.
2689BC
- Cainan dies.
2634BC
- Mahaleel dies.
2580BC
- The Great Pyramid is built. (It is also called Enoch's Pillar. The pyramid is mentioned in Isaiah 19 and in Josephus' Antiquities of The Jews 1:2:3.)
2502BC
- Jared dies.
2388BC
- Noah begins building the ark.
2370BC
- Noah married Naamah (Gaia, Tytea (Earth), Terra, Tellus, Tefnut, Vesta, Aretia, Terra, Regina Sacrorum, Magna Cybeles, Materque Deorum, Atque Vestalium Princeps, Sive Abbatissa, Emzara, Percoba, Nuraita, daughter of Enoch, Noah's great aunt).
2368BC
- Japheth (Iapetus) is born of Noah.
2367BC
- Ham (Kronus, Cham, Geb, Saturnus) born of Noah.
2366BC
- Shem (Titan) is born of Noah. Cryogenian period begins.
2273BC
- Shem, Ham, and Japheth marry the daughters of Eliakim.
2268BC
- Methuselah dies. Ice Age. Noah, Naamah, Ham, Ham's wife(Pandora, Rhea, Nahalath Mahnuk), Shem, Shem's wife(Noela, Zedkat Nabu), Japheth, Japheth's wife(Noegla, Arathka, Adataneses), and all nonaquatic animals board the ark. World flood begins and ends. Ediacaran period begins.
2267BC - A yearly memorial of the world flood is instituted by Noah which later becomes known as
Halloween.
2266BC
- Paleozoic Era begins. Arphaxad is born of Shem. Cambrian period begins.
2265BC
- Cush (Kish, Chus) is born of Ham.
2250BC
- Aryanism begins.
2231BC
- Selah is born of Arphaxad.
2201BC
- Eber is born of Selah.
2194BC
- Mizraim (Mitzraim, first king of Egypt, Zeus, Osiris, Jupiter, Jove, Olympicus) is born of Ham.
2178BC
- Iberia is settled by descendants of Japheth and Ham.
2170BC
- Cenozoic Era begins.
2167BC
- Peleg is born of Eber. Pangaea begins to separate.
2148BC
- Noah divides the land into kingdoms.
2137BC
- Reu is born of Peleg.
2128BC
- Adhna is the first person to explore Ireland.
2105BC
- Serug is born of Reu.
2075BC
- Nahor I is born of Serug.
2046BC
- Terah is born of Nahor I.
2068BC
- Samothes (Dis, 4th son of Japheth) becomes the first king of Samothea (Britain). Samothea (Britain) is named after him. (See Berosus)
2046BC
- Terah born. Ice Age ends.
2016BC
- Nimrod (Nmrd, son of Cush, grandson of Ham, Ur-Nammu, Hammurabi, Ra, Amraphel [Jasher 11:6; Genesis 14:1, 9], Gilgamesh, Izdubar, Gishdubar, Namra Udu, Amar Ud, Marduk, Bel, mrd, Marad) born. Joktan the father of the Orientals in born.
2008BC
- Partholón and his clan settle in Ireland.
2000BC
- Hinduism (the mother of evolutionary theory) begins. Chinese Xia Dynasty begins.
1996BC
- Nimrod steals Adam and Eve's animal skins from Noah.
1976BC
- Nimrod begins kingdom. Abraham born. Permian period begins.
1966BC
- Abraham visits Noah. Sarah born. Io (Isis) is born.
1957BC
- Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed.
1951BC
- Abraham marries Sarah.
1928BC
- Tower of Babel falls. 72 languages are formed. The Permian Extinction occurs. Mesozoic Era begins.
1927BC
- Nahor dies.
1916BC
- Mizraim marries Io. Sodon, Gomorrah, Admah, Zeboiim, and Zoar rebel against Chedorlaomer.
1911BC
- Nimrod and Chedorlaomer fight.
1908BC
- Abraham is given the promise of many descendants and land (Genesis 15). The 430 year sojourn begins (Galatians 3:16-17).
1906BC
- Abraham visits Terah in Hebron.
1901BC
- Abraham and Lot go to Caanan. Rikayn becomes pharaoh.
1898BC
- Reu dies.
1890BC
- Shem (Melchizedek) blesses Abraham.
1888BC
- Ishmael born of Abraham and Hagar.
1883BC
- Rape of the Sabines War begins.
1877BC
- Abraham commanded by God to begin practice of circumcision.
1876BC
- Isaac born of Abraham and Sarah. Serug dies.
1875BC
- Rape of the Sabines War ends. Job marries Dinah.
1863BC
- Ishmael and Hagar is sent away from Abraham's camp.
1849BC
- Rebekah born of Bethuel.
1845BC
- The men Jupiter and Saturn begin fighting a war.
1841BC
- Terah dies.
1839BC
- Abraham offered Isaac on an altar but God stops him. Sarah dies.
1836BC
- Isaac married Rebekah. Abraham married Keturah.
1835BC
- Jupiter and Saturn's war ends. (See writings of Ennus)
1828BC
- Arphaxad dies.
1816BC
- Jacob and Esau born of Isaac and Rebekah..
1801BC
- Esau kills Nimrod.
1766BC
- Shem (Melchizedek) dies. A mass extinction occurs.
1753BC
- Ishmael dies.
1735BC
- Dardanus founds Dardania (Troy) on the coast of Phrygia at Hellespot.
1716BC
- Benjamin born.
1708BC
- Joseph sold into slavery.
1700BC
- People from Asia Minor settle in Britain described by Hecateus as Hyperboreans. Chinese Zang Dynasty begins.
1695BC
- Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dream, is deified by the Egyptians, and is named Serapis.
1686BC
- Jacob goes to Egypt.
1763BC
- Lehabim (Genesis 10:13, Hercules, Heracles, Heryshaf, Lybidicus, Lybicus) goes to Italy and wars with Lestrigones.
1669BC
- Jacob dies.
1663BC
- Lehabim defeats Lestrigones and rules Italy for 20 years.
1643BC
- Lehabim appoints Tuscus the king of Italy at the capital of Tuscany.
1615BC
- Joseph (Imhotep) dies.
1614BC
- Aeneas and Turnus fight. The city of Troy destroyed.
1611BC
- Zepho (grandson of Esau) flees from Angeas of Africa to Chittim (Rome).
1607BC
- Zepho unites all of Italy and becomes the first Roman King. Interestingly, Zepho can be translated "she wolf."
1600BC
- Zoroastrianism begins.
1595BC
- Africans attack Chittim.
1584BC
- Zepho destroys African invasion fleet.
1560BC
- Miriam is born.
1559BC
- Aaron is born.
1557BC
- Janeas becomes king of Rome.
1556BC
- Moses is born.
1538BC
- Moses kills an Egyptian and goes to Upper Egypt (the land of Cush).
1529BC
- King Kikianus of Cush dies. Moses rules Ethiopia and Cush.
1518BC
- Joshua is born.
1513BC
- King Angeas of Africa dies. Angeas' son Azdrubal becomes African king.
1507BC
- Roman king Janeas dies. Latinus I becomes king of Rome.
1500BC
- Stonehenge completed in Ireland.
1499BC
- Moses gives up rule and goes to Midian.
1476BC - The plagues on Egypt. First Passover observed. Exodus from Egypt, eastward across the southern route, through an old dried up river bed (Wadi Watir) to the Gulf of Aqaba at Nuweiba. The Hebrews cross the Gulf of Aqaba from the Sinai Peninsula into Midian (Saudi Arabia). Pharoah (Thutmose III,Thutmoses, Thutmosis, Men-kheper-re, Djehutymes, Adikam, Koncharis, (or possibly Merenre Nemtyemsaf I))'s army is wiped out. (Note that according to the Turin papyri, the temple at Abydos, and Manetheo's records, Egyptian Dynasties ran two at a time on various occasions. -Ken Johnson
) The Ten Commandments are given at Horeb on present day Jebel al-Lawz (Mountain of the Law, Mt. Sinai, Horeb, Agar). The portable Tabernacle is built.
1461BC
- Abianus becomes king of Rome.
1436BC
- Moses dies (Deut 34:5-7). Joshua crosses the Jordan. Joshua defeats the Amorite King of Jerusalem.
1430BC
- Abianus captures Edom (southern Israel in Negev Desert and Abalah of Jordan).
1423BC
- Abianus dies and Latinus II becomes king of Rome.
1419BC
- Rule of the Judges begins in Israel.
1408BC
- Joshua dies.
1400BC
- Mithraism is first mentioned in the Hindu Vedas.
1373BC
- Latinus II dies.
1246BC
- St. Jerome said in Chronicon that  this year was when Hercules completed his legendary journeys.
1200BC
- Iron Age begins. Celts enter Iberia (Spain, Portugal, Andorra, Gibraltar).
1171BC
- Trojans settle in Britain.
1100BC
- Phoenician Greeks settle Iberia.
1040BC
- Samuel anoints David to be king at Hebron.
1032BC
- David takes the city Jebus (Salem) from the Jebusites, makes it his capital, and renames it Jerusalem. King David is reanointed as king at Jerusalem.
1000BC
- Voodoo-ism begins. David dies. Solomon becomes king.
989BC
- King Solomon dedicates the Temple in Jerusalem.
846BC
- Elisa founds Carthage in Africa.
800BC
- Mithraism begins.
776BC
- First Olympic Games held in Greece.
753BC
- Romulus and Remus found Rome.
719BC
- Samaria falls.
700BC
- Homer writes the Iliad and Odyssey.
630BC
- Cretan aristocrats institute formal relationship's between adult princes and adolescent boys, with the double aim to educate the boys and curb population growth.
624BC
- Siddhartha Gautma is born.
622BC
- Josiah renovates Solomon's Temple.
592BC
- Ezekiel prophesies and writes his book.
586BC
- Solomon's Temple destroyed.
583BC
- Siddhartha Gautama founds Buddhism.
539BC
- Babylon falls.
538BC
- Cyrus allows Jews to return to Jerusalem.
536BC
- Zerubbabel begins work on Jerusalem temple.
524BC
- Siddhartha Gautama dies.
521BC
- Darius the Great becomes king of Persia.
520BC
- Jerusalem temple work resumed.
500BC
- Roman Empire begins. Shintoism begins.
486BC
- Darius the Great dies. Xerxes becomes king of Persia.
480BC
- King Xerxes' Persian Army defeats King Leonidas I of Sparta, 300 of the king's Spartan bodyguards, and 7000 Greeks from other city states at the Isthmus of Corinth in the Battle of Thermopylae.
478BC
- Esther crowned queen of Persia.
474BC
- Haman issues decree to destroy Jews.
465BC
- Xerxes king of Persia was murdered by his bodyguard Artabanus.
458BC
- Ezra returns to Jerusalem.
445BC
- Nehemiah returns to Jerusalem to rebuild the walls.
435BC
- Malachi begins his ministry.
420BC
- Malachi completes his book which is the final Old Testament book.
327BC
- Alexander the Great invades India.
250BC
- The Egyptian Book of the Dead is written.
221BC
- Chinese Qin Dynasty begins.
206BC
- Western Chinese Han Dynasty begins.
201BC
- Rome conquered Iberia (Spain, Portugal, Andorra, Gibraltar).
200BC
- First Jewish canon adopted after Jewish return to Israel thus stating that all inspired scripture from God had been given.
100BC
- Gaius Julius is born.
73BC
- King Lud renames New Troy, "Caerr Lud" (Lud's Town). Saxons later call it London.
63BC
- Rome conquers Palestine/Israel. Gaius Octavian Augustus is born.
55BC
- Roman Empire invades Britain.
44BC
- Gaius Julius Caesar is assassinated.
35BC
- Gnosticism begins.
30BC
- Virgil writes "The Aeneid." Gaius Octavian Augustus becomes Roman Emperor.
20BC
– Philo of Alexandria is born.
4BC
– Gabriel appears to Mary.
3BC
- Births of John the Baptist in April and Jesus in Bethlehem in September. Roman census taken. Herod the Great of Jerusalem massacres all male children under 4.
1BC
- Herod the Great dies.
BC
- Ante Christum ("Before Christ") years end.
AD
- Anno Domini ("in the year of our Lord") years begin. There is no year zero on the Julian and Gregorian calendars.
2
- Roman census taken.
7
- Roman census taken and revolt occurs.
9
- Chinese Xin Dynasty begins.
14
- Emperor Octavian Augustus dies.
26
- Jesus is baptized, goes to the wilderness for 40 days, and turns water into wine at Cana marriage feast.
27
- Jesus begins ministry and calls 12 disciples to follow Him including John the Revelator who is 12 years old.
30
- Crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus at age 33. The Holy Spirit arrives in Jerusalem beginning the first church.
32
- Stephen stoned. Saul(Paul) of Tarsus is converted to Christ. Acts 9:1-18; Galatians 1:18, 2:1, 7-14
35
- Paul and Barnabas visit Damascus and narrowly escape the Jews. Galatians 1:18
35-40
- Peter's sheet vision and visit to Cornelius.
38
- Flavius Josephus is born.
40
- Paul hides in Tarsus until Barnabas gets him.
40-41
- Paul ministers in Antioch.
41
- Claudius becomes Emperor. Agabus prophesies a famine. Acts 11:28
44
- James the Great is executed by Herod Agrippa. Herod Agrippa dies. Acts 12:23
46
- Paul and Barnabas go from Antioch to Jerusalem to bring relief to Judea. Peter miraculously escapes prison. Peter, Paul, and Barnabas go to Antioch. Peter and Paul argue over circumcision. Paul and Barnabas go on their first missionary journey. Acts 11:27-30; 12; Galatians 2:7-14
46-50
- Paul and Barnabas' first missionary journey. Paul writes to the Galatians. Luke begins writing gospel. Acts 13-14
49
- Emperor Claudius removes Christians from Rome.
50
- The Jerusalem Council. Paul begins second missionary journey with Silas, visits Philippi, preaches in Athens, meets Aquila and Priscilla, and visits Thessalonica, Bororea, and Ephesus. Acts 15, 16:11-40
51-52
- Gallio is governor of Achaia. Paul is accused of false teaching. Stays in Corinth. Paul writes 1 and 2 Thessalonians. Acts 18:12-18
52
- Paul sails to Caesarea then visits Jerusalem. Thomas arrives in India and founds a church. Acts 18:21-22
53
- Paul begins third missionary journey and writes Galatians.
55
- Paul writes 1 Corinthians in Ephesus.
56
- Paul writes 2 Corinthians in Macedonia. Matthew writes his gospel.
57
- Paul writes to the Romans, visits Jerusalem, and is imprisoned by Felix for 2 years.
58
- Emperor Ming-Ti introduces Buddhism to China.
59
- Festus secedes Felix as Roman Procurator of Judea. Paul is released from prison. Winter in Malta. Acts 24:27-25:1
60
- Mark founds church in Alexandria, Egypt.
60-62
- Paul arrives in Rome and ministers there 2 years. The book of Acts is written by Luke. Acts 28:1-29
62
- Bartholomew skinned alive and crucified in Kalyana near Bombay, India. James the bishop of Jerusalem is killed by a Jewish mob. Paul writes Philemon, Colossians, Ephesians, Hebrews, and Philippians.
63-66
- Paul writes 1 Timothy and Titus.
64
- Nero burns Rome and Christians are blamed. Peter is crucified upside down. Herod's temple completed. Tacitus the Roman writes about Christ and Christians.
65
- Mark writes his gospel.
66
- Mithraism is mentioned in Rome.
67
- Jude writes his book. Paul writes 2 Timothy. Paul is beheaded in Rome.
66-70
- Flavius Josephus leads troops against Rome in Galilea.
69
- Polycarp is born in Smyrna. Andrew is crucified on the Peloponnesus peninsula in Patrae.
70
- The destruction of Jerusalem.
72
- Thomas stabbed to death by Brahman priests in Mylapore, India.
73
- Barnabas dies.
74
- Simon is crucified in Britain.
79
- Jude and Simon killed by a Persian mob. Lost Sayings Gospel Q is begun.
80
- Luke completes his gospel.
81
- Domitian persecution begins.
82
- Joseph of Arimathea (Christ's mother Mary's father's youngest brother. See the Talmud.) dies in Glastonbury, England.
83
- John writes his gospel at age 68.
84
- Lost Sayings Gospel Q is finished anonymously.
90
- Matthew dies a natural death in Hierees, Persia. Philip is crucified in Hierapolis, Asia Minor. Council of Jamnia meets and re-establishes the Jewish Canon.
92
- Clement elected bishop of Rome.
93
- John banished to Patmos.
95-96
- John writes Revelation.
98
- Trajan persecution begins.
100
- Justin Martyr is born. The Synod of Jamnia convenes and forms the Palestinian Canon.
105
- Paper is invented.
110
- Martyrdom of Ignatius. Marcion is born.
117
- Hadrian persecution begins. Polycarp the disciple of John helps to form the 27 book NT canon. Carpocrates begins Carpocratianism. Basilides begins Basilidian Movement.
120
- John dies at 105 years old on Patmos and is buried in Ephesus. John's assistance in the formation of the NT canon is speculated to have occurred via correspondence during his stay at Patmos.
125
- Irenaeus is born.
126
- Valentinius begins Valentinianism.
127
- Gospel of the Savior written by a "Pagan Christian."
130
- Conversion of Justin.
135
- Justin writes Dialogue.
137
- Epistle of Barnabas written (not the Gospel of Barnabas).
138
- Antonius Pius persecution begins.
140
- Marcion begins Marcionism.
144
- Marcion is excommunicated for what today would be called "Liberalism" or "Liberal Christianity." Marcion taught that the God of Moses and the Jews is not the Christian God. Marcion also brought doubts to the churches as to what scriptures should be accepted as canonical but however comprised his own list. This speeded up the wide acceptance of the canon. Marcionism is similar to but not identical to Gnosticism, though considered a Gnostic faith.
147
- Shepherd of Hermas (includes stances against eternal security in 1:2:3 and 3:8:6) written in Rome. Polycarp's suggested canon is widespread among Christians but not yet fully accepted.
150
- Justin writes First Apology. Clement of Alexandria is born. Tertullian wrote that Roman churches now contained all 27 books of the NT. Gnostic Gospel of Thomas written by a follower of Mani. (Catechesis of Cyril of Jerusalem, Lecture 6, paragraph 31). The Second Epistle of Clement is written (which includes a stance against eternal security).
155
- Martyrdom of Polycarp.
157
- Montanus begins Montanism.
158
- Valentinius writes Gospel of Truth.
160
- Tertullian is born. Marcion dies. Seder Olam is written. Justin Martyr wrote Dialogue With Trypho (which included a stance against eternal security in chapter XLVII).
160-190
- Acts of Paul written (not the book of Acts) and Acts of Thecia written (not the book of Acts).
161
- Marcus Aurelius persecution begins.
165 - Justin is Martyred. Titian rejects traditional Christianity and begins the Gnostic
Enchratite movement but was not immediately Gnostic.
170
- The Muratonian Canon Fragment lists the same New Testament that we have.
173
- Tatian writes about the harmony of the four gospels.
174
- Sabellius founds Sabellianism (Modalism) which is a denial of the doctrine of the trinity. This would today be considered Oneness Pentecostal or Jesus-Only.
178
- Irenaeus is bishop of Lyon. Celsus writes True Reason. Irenaeus writes the 5 volume anti-Gnostic "Against Heresies."
180
- Gnostic Apocalypse of Paul written.
181
- Lucius Artorius Castus (origin of King Arthur) was sent to by the Roman Emperor to Britain on a military campaign.
185
- Ireneaus writes Against Heresies and vigorously defends that there are truly only 4 gospels. Origen is born. Tatian dies.
192
- Tertullian is converted to Christ.
193
- Septimus Severus persecution begins.
195
- Clement of Alexandria writes "The Stromata" (which includes a stance against eternal security in 7:16) and "Who Is The Rich Man That Shall Be Saved?" (which includes a stance against eternal security in XL).
196
- Tertullian begins to write.
197
- A member of the Valentinian Gnostic group writes Gospel of Philip.
200
- Clement begins to write. Cyprian is born. The Acts of Peter and Paul written (not the book of Acts). Christians in North Africa are persecuted.
220
- Origen begins to write.
230
- Church at Dura-Europas built.
240
- Tertullian dies.
248
- Cyprian is bishop of Carthage. Origen writes Contra Celsus.
250
- Arius is born.
254
- Origen dies in Tyre from wounds suffered from torture.
258
- Cyprian of Carthage martyred.
264
- Council of Antioch convenes.
303
- On a voyage preaching the gospel, Saint Fermin of Pamplona is beheaded in Amiens, France.
306
- Constantine converts to Christianity.
310
- Armenia becomes first Christian state.
311
- Edict of Toleration made by Constantine. Roman Catholic Church begins to form. Donatus begins Donatism.
312
- Constantine wins Battle of Milvian Bridge.
313
- Edict of Milan.
315
- Arius begins Arianism.
325 - The Council of Nicaea writes Nicene Creed. Roman Catholic Church officially begins under Emperor Constantine's headship with Bishop Silvester's approval. (hotly debated
)
363
- Council of Laodicea names 26 of present Protestant NT books and excludes Revelation due to unfulfilled futuristic prophecy.
367
- Athanasius lists 27 New Testament books.
380
- Orthodox Apocalypse of Paul written.
390
- Pelagius begins Pelagianism.
391
- Library of Alexandria, Egypt is severely damaged.
400
- Jerome completes the Latin Vulgate Bible which is translated mostly from the Septuagint. Catholic Bishop Augustine of Hippo begins Augustinianism, popularizing Amillenialism and an altered  version of grace.
412
- Bishop Augustine of Hippo taught that forced conversions of heretics are permissable.
418
- Bishop Augustine of Hippo taught that nonCatholic Christians are not saved.
428-429
- Bishop Augustine of Hippo is the earliest Christian to ever teach perseverance of the saints (once saved always saved / eternal security). He wrote a treatise entitled "On the Gift of Perseverance" which included two books covering his interpretation of  predestination and perseverance.
454-457
- The Druid Merlin(Myrddin) has Stonehenge moved from Ireland to Britain.
457
- Persian Christian Rajden martyred in East Georgia by the Persian Empire for not rejecting Christianity.
495
- Beowulf born.
525
- The AD (Anno Domini = "in the year of our Lord" in Latin) year system is developed by the monk Dionysius Exiguus in Rome.
550
- David converts Wales to Christianity. Crucifix becomes Christian icon.
570
- Mohammad is born in Mecca.
583
- Beowulf dies.
596
- Augustine of Canterbury sent to convert Britain to Christianity.
610
- A fallen angel disguises himself as God's angel Gabriel and begins revealing the Koran to Mohammad. Mohammad founds Islam.
624-627
- Jewish settlers are forced out of Medina by Muslems. Some Jews are killed and enslaved by Muslems.
632
- Mohammad completes the Koran and dies on June 8.
632-732
- The Muslims conquer all of Christian North Africa, all of Christian Spain and have begun to cross the Pyrenees into France. Their farthest advance is stopped at the Battle of Poitier by Charles “The Hammer” Martel. However, Muslims do not as yet substantially interfere with Christian pilgrimages to the Holy Land.
635
- First Christian missionaries arrive in China.
636
- Southern Irish churches submit to Roman Catholicism.
637
- Jerusalem first captured and settled by Muslems.
639
- Muslems march on Egypt.
640
- Library of Alexandria, Egypt, "The Center of Western Culture," with 300,000 ancient papyrus scrolls, is completely destroyed by Arabs..
641
- Muslems conquer Alexandria, Egypt.
642
- Muslems conquer all of Egypt.
657
- Paulicians teach a plurality of gods, all matter is evil, rejected the Old Testament, denied the Incarnation, Christ was an angel, saved by faith in Christ alone, transmigration of souls (reincarnation), denied the sacraments, and refused to honor the Cross since they believed that Christ had not been crucified.
687-691
- Islam's Dome of the Rock is built in Jerusalem where the Jewish Temple once stood.
722
- Boniface preaches to Germanic tribes.
725
- Muslems occupy Nimes in France.
756
- Córdoba is made the capital of Muslim Spain.
792
- Muslems invade South France.
800
- Charlemagne is crowned emperor of The Roman Empire by the pope. Slave armies, composed of Christian children and adults captured in battle or pillage, often castrated, are in use throughout the areas under Islamic control.
843
- The Holy Roman Empire begins.
1009
- Muslems destroy Jerusalem Church of the Holy Sepulchre, long venerated as the most sacred site in Christendom because it was built over the tomb from which Christ rose. Over the course of the next century, Muslims from the area of modern Turkey cut off Christian access to the Holy Land. The Stations of the Cross devotion begins as a direct result.
1054
- Split between Eastern and Western churches formalized. Eastern Orthodox Church founded.
1071
- Muslims cut off access to Holy Land and begin taking over Anatolia (now Turkey).
1095
- First Roman Catholic Crusade to the Holy Land.
1099
- Crusaders take Jerusalem from Muslems.
1147-1149
- Second Roman Catholic Crusade.
1173
- Peter Waldo founds the Waldensian Movement. Waldensians oppose purgatory, indulgences, prayers for the dead, war, capital punishment, and oaths.
1184
- The Roman Catholic Church massacres Cathari Gnostics and Waldensian Christians in Europe.
1187
- Muslems recaptured Jerusalem.
1189-1191
- Third Roman Catholic Crusade.
1192
- King Richard of England makes a treaty with the leader of the Muslems in Jerusalem and returns home.
1202-1204
- Fourth Roman Catholic Crusade fails.
1215-1219
- Fifth Roman Catholic Crusade fails.
1228
- Sixth Roman Catholic Crusade brings temporary diplomacy.
1248-1254
- Seventh Roman Catholic Crusade fails.
1270AD
- Eighth Roman Catholic Crusade fails.
1271-1291
- Ninth Roman Catholic Crusade fails.
1382
- John Wycliffe completes first complete English Bible translation.
1431
- Joan of Arc burned at the stake in France. Vlad III Dracul (Vlad the Impaler, Vlad Tepes, Dracula) was born in Sighisoara, Transylvania.
1437
- The Gospel of Barnabas is written by a Gnostic and a Muslem antagonist.
1442
- Muslem Turk invasion of Transylvania fails.
1444
- Vlad II Dracul hands Vlad III Dracul over to Turkish Muslems as a prisoner.
1448
- Vlad III Dracul released from Turkish Muslem prison.
1450
- Johann Gutenberg invents the printing press.
1453
- Constantinople conquered by Ottoman Turk Muslems.
1455
- Gutenberg prints the first bible with the printing press.
1456
- A folio edition of the Latin Vulgate, The Gutenberg Bible, is translated and printed on a mechanical printing press.
1476
- The Battle of Varna takes place in Bulgaria with 30,000 Europeans failing against 150,000 Ottoman Turkish Muslems. Vlad III Dracul killed in battle with Turkish Muslems near Bucharest.
1478
- Spanish Inquisition begins.
1481
- Muslim forces in Spain, after several decades of military losses, are by now forced out of most of the Spanish peninsula. King Ferdinand is permitted to establish an Inquisition.
1482
- Complaints from Catholics about the Spanish Inquisition reach Rome. Rome forces the Spanish monarchy to stop the abuses and reform the Inquisition.
1483
- Martin Luther born.
1492
- The last Muslim military presence in Spain is expelled. In celebration, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella support Columbus’ expedition. The Jews are deported from Spain.
1499
- Katharin von Bora born.
1516
- Erasmus translates the Bible into Greek.
1517
- Martin Luther posts the 95 Theses on October 31 beginning the Protestant Reformation.
1522
- Martin Luther translates the Bible into German.
1525
- 15 nonCatholic Christians begin the Anabaptist Movement. Martin Luther marries Katharin von Bora.
1529
- First siege of Vienna by the Muslims.
1530
- Martin Luther founds the Lutheran Church.
1533
- King Henry VIII declares sodomy a crime.
1534
- Catholic Jesuit Movement founded.
1535
- William Tyndale and Miles Coverdale both issue an English Bible translation.
1537
- Coverdale Bible becomes first to be printed in England. Matthew's Bible is produced.
1539
- Coverdale issues the Great Bible authorized by Henry VIII.
1540
- John Calvin begins the Calvinist/Reformed movement.
1546
- Martin Luther dies.
1550
- The Roman Catholic ceases to persecute Waldensians.
1552
- Katharin von Bora Luther dies.
1560
- The Geneva Bible is produced which was the first Bible to be divided into chapters and verses. John Knox, an understudy of John Calvin, founds the Presbyterian movement and establishes the Church of Scotland.
1565
- Muslims besiege Malta. Protestant reformers are now teaching that crusades against Muslims are a sin.
1571
- Battle of Lepanto (Oct 7): Muslim Ottoman naval invasion force faces a patchwork navy of Christians. At papal request, all of Catholic Europe prays the rosary, pleading heaven for victory. Christians defeat Muslims decisively.
1581
- James Ussher is born in Dublin, Ireland.
1583
- James Harmanus begins Remonstrandt (Arminian) movement.
1597
- Twenty Six Japanese and foreign Christians crucified at Nagasaki by order on Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
1607
- First English settlement in Jamestown, America.
1610
- Remonstrandts write their 5 objections to Reformed Churches that embrace the teachings of Calvin and Zwingli. Remonstrandts were then expelled from various countries.
1611AD
- King James of England oversees and authorizes the King James Bible translation.
1618-1619
- Reformed (Calvinist/Zwinglian) Churches meet in Dordrecht Holland to condemn the Remonstrandt objections in the Canons of Dort (summarized in Calvinism's TULIP).
1620
- Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower ship land at Plymouth Rock, America.
1639
- Archbishop James Ussher publishes a world chronology beginning with a 4004BC creation date.
1648
- The Church of England writes the Westminster Confession of Faith.
1656
- Archbishop James Ussher dies.
1667
- John Milton writes Paradise Lost.
1683
- Muslim slave armies again besiege Vienna. They take portions of the city, holding out for several weeks before being forced out by European armies led by a Polish king.
1703
- John Wesley is born.
1716
- Christian teaching is prohibited in China.
1720
- Liberal Christianity movement begins with Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Schleiermacher.
1729
- John Wesley founds the Methodist movement.
1732
- George Washington is born.
1754
- French and Indian War begins.
1763
- French and Indian War ends.
1770
- Boston Massacre.
1773
- Boston Tea Party.
1774
- First Continenatal Congress.
1775
- Second Continental Congress.  American Revolutionary War begins.
1776
- United States declares independence.
1782 - The Aitken Bible is approved by the US Congress for use in public school and all areas of American life. Go
here.
1783
- American Revolutionary War ends with the Treaty of Paris.
1787
- Constitutional Convention convenes in Philadelphia, PA, USA.
1789
- George Washington becomes preseident of the USA.
1791
- John Wesley dies.
1796 - First U.S. Treaty of Tripoli signed which states that the U.S. Federal government is not founded on a Christian denomination. This statement is used by many historical revisionists to support a secular socialist form of government. Go
here for further information.
1799
- George Washington dies.
1801
- First Tripolitan War begins where Muslem nations declare war on the U.S.A. and European nations. At a Cane Ridge, Kentucky, Presbyterian camp meeting "about three thousand people fell in the state of trance, and other hundreds were given to such demonstrations as 'jerking, rolling, dancing, and barking'".
1805
- First Tripolitan War ends. Second U.S. Treaty of Tripoli signed.
1806
- The Holy Roman Empire ends.
1812
- Thomas Jefferson encouraged the Invasions of Canada but American forces were repelled. War of 1812.
1815
- Defeat of Napoleon. Second Tripolitan War begins and ends. War of 1812 ends.
1818
- North and South Presbyterians begin disagreeing on slavery.
1830
- Joseph Smith founds Mormonism.
1837
- Presbyterian Church of the USA splits into North and South over doctrinal issues.
1858
- Conservative anti-slavery movements of the smaller Presbyterian Churches merge with other Reformed Churches to form the United Presbyterian Church of North America.
1859
- Charles Darwin publishes Origin of Species.
1861
- American Civil War begins.
1863
- Baha'u'llah founds the Bahai Faith.
1864
- American Civil War ends.
1867
- Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone.
1869
- The term "homosexuality"  was first used by Karl Heinrich Ulrichs.
1870
- Charles Taze Russell founds the Jehovah's Witness Movement.
1871
- Charles Darwin publishes Descent of Man.
1884
- M.A. Dieulafoy discovers The Palace of Xerxes at Sushan, Persia.
1892
- J.R.R. Tolkien is born. The Pledge of Allegiance is written by Francis Bellamy.
1901
- Pentecostal movement begins in Los Angeles, Callifornia.
1906
- Most Cumberland Presbyterian Churches merge with the Presbyterian Church in the USA.
1909
- Presbyterian Church in the USA ministers and elders along with other heavily educated Christians distribute 12 books called "The Fundamentals: A Testimony to the Truth."
1910
- Presbyterian Church in the USA's General Assembly writes and adopts 5 points of doctrine that all ministers, members, and churches must accept. These 5 points become known as "The Five Fundamentals." Scofield Study Bible written.
1914
- Assembly of God founded in Hot Springs Arkansas. World War I begins. The Muslem Ottoman Empire enters the war allied with Germany.
1918
- World War I ends.
1920
- The Welsh Calvinist Methodist Church merges with the Presbyterian Church in the USA.
1922
- Sir Leonard Wooley discovers Ur of the Chaldees at Mighier on the Euphrates River in southern Iraq.
1925
- Scopes Monkey Trial held in Tennessee. Fundamentalism begins to lose popularity.
1927
- Presbyterian Church in the USA's General Assembly overrules the 5 points adopted in 1910.
1930
- Tafari Makonnen founds Rastafarianism.
1935
- The name of Persia is changed to Iran.
1939
- World War II begins.
1941
- Germany invades the Soviet Union.
1942 -
The National Association of Evangelicals formed.
1945
- Adolf Hitler commits suicide in German bunker. World War II ends. The U.S. Congress officially accepted The Pedge of Allegiance.
1947
- Dead Sea Scrolls found.
1948
- Israel becomes a Jewish Nation again.
1949
- Msgr. Ronald A. Knox translates his Bible based on the Latin Vulgate.
1950
- Korean War begins.
1952
- The Revised Standard Version of the Bible funded by the National Council of Churches of Christ is completed.
1953
- Korean War ends.
1954
- Science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard founds Scientology. PC USA Church Pastor Peter Marshall's sermon leads to U.S. Congress adding "under God" to the Pledge of Allegiance.
1959
- Presbyterian Church in the USA and United Presbyterian Church of North America unite to form the UPCUSA.
1960
- Charismatic movement begins.
1961
- Vietnam War begins. The New English Bible is completed in Britain.
1962
- Mandatory school prayer is outlawed in the USA.
1963
- President John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. are assassinated.
1966
- Red Guards destroy churches in China. African American Marxist Ron Karenga creates Kwanzaa as a winter holiday alternative for people of African descent to allow them to celebrate their heritage.
1967
- Presbyterian Church in the USA adopts the Confession of 1967 as a new confession of faith. Israelis retake Jerusalem. Kwanzaa founder Ron Karenga calls Jesus Christ psychotic and says that Christianity is a white man's religion that blacks should shun (The Quotable Karenga, p.25, University of Sankore Press, 1967).
1970
- Vietnam War ends.
1973
- Trinity Broadcasting Network is founded by Paul and Jan Crouch. J.R.R. Tolkien dies. Abortion is legalized in the USA. The American Psychiatric Association removes homosexuality from is Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III).
1974
- Robert Grant founds American Christian Cause to oppose the "gay agenda."
1977
- James Dobson founds Focus on the Family.
1980
- Third Wave charismatic movement begins. Definition of "fundamentalism" altered and demonized.
1983 - Presbyterian Church in the United States (Southern) and the United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America (Northern) merge to form Presbyterian Church USA. (Interestingly, I found that the Southern Church was more Liberal while the Northern was more Conservative. Cumberland Presbyterians were historically more Liberal as well. Mayhap, encyclopedias are wrong?)

1989 - Berlin Wall comes down.
1990
- Iraq invades Kuwait. Operation Desert Storm begins. University of Colorado football coach Bill McCartney founds Promise Keepers, which promotes traditional Christian masculinity.
1991
- Communist government in Russia crumbles. Operation Desert Storm ends.
1992
- The World Health Organization removes homosexuality from its ICD-10 (International Classification of Diseases).
1997
- Ron Karenga changed his position on Kwanzaa slightly as to not alienate practicing Christians in Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community, and Culture by saying, "Kwanzaa was not created to give people an alternative to their own religion or religious holiday."
1999
- Hindus murder veteran Australian missionary Graham Stewart Stains and his two sons as they are sleeping in a car in eastern India.
2001
- George W. Bush elected President of USA. September 11th Islamic terrorist attack on U.S. - Operation Enduring Freedom begins.
2007
- Ragheed Ganni, Basman Yousef Daud, Wahid Hanna Isho, and Gassan Isam Bidawed are killed for being Christians in Mosul, Iraq. South Korean Missionary pastor Bae Hyung-kyu is killed in Afghanistan. Shim Sung-min is murdered for being a Christian in Afghanistan.
2008
- Charlton Heston dies. African American Barack Obama is elected president of the USA.
2009
- 5934 years since creation.
2030
- 2000 years since Christ's crucifxion, resurrection, and ascension.
2070
- 2000 years since the destruction of the temple.
2075
- This is the 6000th year since creation.


Also see:

Mordechai, Ben. Signs in the Heavens. Millenium 7000 Publications International, 1996.
Davidson. New Bible Commentary. Inter-Varsity Fellowship, London, 1954.
Grant, R. Jones. A Church History Timeline. "Eusebius, Irenaeus and Clement of Alexandria agree that John lived into the reign of Trajan, which began in 98."
The Writiings of Flavius Josephus.
Wikipedia.org
JewFAQ.org
Jewish Talmud
BibleFacts.org
Book of Jasher
Berosus
Hyatt, Eddie L. 2000 Years of Charismatic Christiaity. Dallas, TX, 1996.
Watchman Fellowship, Inc.
Medieval Sourcebook: Bede (673­735): Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation.
The United Methodist Church Archives
History of the Welsh Baptists by Jonathan Davis 1835AD.
http://www.ldolphin.org/barrychron.html
Timeline of Islamic History - Wikipedia - Events like The Crusades, incited by Roman Catholicism and Catholic Europe, were as bad and in many cases much worse than Muslem conquerings. In The Crusades, Europeans killed Muslem, Jew, women, and children in their so called holy quest to free Jerusalem. It was more about obtaining wealth than freeing the Jews. However, don't allow my presented information on wrathful and violent groups to inspire hatred in yourselves. The actions of some do not label the whole.
Bryant, Jacob. A New System of Ancient Mythology. W. Marchant, London: 1774-2003.
Gascoigne, Mike. Forgotten History of the Western People. Anno Mundi Books. Camberley, England: 2002.
Cooper, Bill. Chronicles of the Early Britons. Jesus College, England: 2002.
Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History.
World Book Encyclopedia
Funk & Wagnall's Encyclopedia
Writings of Archaelogist and Historian David Rohl
Epic of Gilgamesh
Koran
King James Bible
Cory's Ancient Fragments

Note: There is a theorem that describes a process in where originally, light travelled much much faster than it does now. This is a lengthy and complicated theory concerning altered time dialation of which I personally prescribe. This is why I have included compilations of dynamic years and atomic eras. Further research may be found in
Atomic Constants: Light and Time, Exploring The Vacuum, and The Redshift and the Zero Point Energy.

We have 32,000 quotes from before 325 AD, from Irenaeus (182-188 AD), Justin Martyr (before 150 AD), Polycarp (107 AD), Ignatius (100), Clement (96 AD) and many other second and third century fathers. All but eleven verses of the New Testament could be reconstructed through their writings alone. -
Ken Johnson

Jeremy Brown 2005-2008

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