Old Testament Kingdom xReference

Published On: January 20th, 2021|168 words|1 min read|By |Views: 3582|

This Old Testament kingdom timeline consists of five slides, when placed end to end, produce a continuous timeline from roughly 1,000 BC to 300 BC. It’s an excellent reference to have handy when reading through the time period of the divided kingdom (1&2 Samuel, 1&2 Kings, 1&2 Chronicles and many of the prophets).

The timeline begins the kingdom of Israel, established under its first king Saul around 1,000 BC. It continues down tracing each king through the subsequent division into North and South. Aligned to the right are the prominent surrounding kingdoms of that day with relevant Bible notations. It also includes prominent artifacts from archeology as well as the prophets of God and their approximate times of prophesying.

The editable slides are available in Keynote format. Or, we can export them to Powerpoint for you (but can’t promise how they will look). Let us know if you would like to receive the file. You can also right-click on each of the five images in order to download each image file.

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About the Author: D Brackett

I have lived most of my life as a Christian but admittedly not a serious Bible student until mid-life. I don't hold any theological degrees nor is my profession related to the church or ministry. However, Scripture tells me that God has given us His Word for any layman like myself to understand.

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