Chronological Aspects of Life of Christ
In the interest of mapping out the chronology of Christ's life, this book studies Scripture and extra-biblical sources to determine key dates from his time on earth, particularly his date of birth, the commencement of his ministry, the duration of...
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In the interest of mapping out the chronology of Christ's life, this book studies Scripture and extra-biblical sources to determine key dates from his time on earth, particularly his date of birth, the commencement of his ministry, the duration of his ministry, and the day and year of his crucifixion. A bibliography and index are included.
Dr. Hoehner carefully documents the data available on the life of Christ--including a study of Greek words, Roman law, and Jewish customs and prophecy. In this book, the author attemps to establish certain fixed dates in Jesus' life. *Lightning Print On Demand Title
"Jesus Christ entered into the history of our world. Christianity, therefore, has historical basis. The backbone of history is chronology. Whereas history is a systematic account of events in relation to a nation, institution, science, or art; chronology is a science of time. It seeks to establish and arrange the dates of past events in their proper sequence. Thus chronology serves as a necessary framework upon which the events of history must be fitted. In this book (the author) attempts to establish certain fixed dates in our Lord's life." - Dr. Harold W. Hoehner. Dr. Hoehner has gathered a vast amount of data, both from Scripture and extrabiblical sources, to support his conclusions concerning key dates in the life of our Lord, among them: - The Date of Christ's Birth - The Commencement of Christ's Ministry - The Duration of Christ's Ministry - The Year of Christ's Crucifixion He carefully documents his position and compares the date available--including a study of Greek words, Roman law, and Jewish customs and prophecy.
Harold W. Hoehner received his Th.M. and Th.D. at Dallas Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. at Cambridge University. He is Chairman of the Department of New Testament Literature and Exegesis at Dallas Theological Seminary.