New Testament Timeline

Main Events

Jesus life

5 BC - 30 AD

Beginning of Jesus' ministry

26 AD - 30 AD

Stephen's death

30 AD

Acts 7:54-8:1

Pentecost

30 AD

Acts 2:1

Jesus' Ascension

30 AD

Saturday April 9th

Jesus' crucifixion

30 AD

Wednesday, April 5th

Saul's conversion

33 AD

Acts 8-9

James' death

44 AD

Jerusalem council

49 AD

Paul meets Pricilla and Aquilla

49 AD

Jews kicked out of Rome

49 AD

Jews allowed back into Rome

54 AD

Paul's arrest in Jerusalem

58 AD

Fire in Rome

64 AD

Paul's death

68 AD

Roman Emperors

Tiberius

14 AD - 37 AD

Jesus' earthly ministry conducted
during his reign (Luke 3:1; 20:22,
25; 23:2; John 19:12, 15).

Gaius

37 AD - 41 AD

Appointed Herod Agrippa I king
over Palestine (Acts 12:1)

Cladius

41 AD - 54 AD

Extensive famines (Acts 11:28)
Expelled the Jews, including
Priscilla and Aquilla, from Rome
(Acts 18:2)

Nero

54 AD - 68 AD

Paul appealed for trial before him
(Acts 25:11)
Blamed the Christians for the burning of Rome and
from then on persecuted them.

Galba, Otho and Vitellius

68 AD - 69 AD

Vespasian

69 AD - 70 AD

Crushed the Jewish revolt against
Rome (A.D. 66-70)
His son, Titus, destroyed Jerusalem
(A.D. 70)

Titus

79 AD - 81 AD

Domitian

81 AD - 96 AD

The Herods

Antipas

4 BC - 39 AD

Philip

4 BC - 6 AD

Archelaus

4 BC - 6 AD

Matt 2:22

Agrippa I

40 AD - 44 AD

Acts 12:1-2

Agrippa II

50 AD - 70 AD

Acts 25:13

The Procurators

Pilate

26 AD - 36 AD

Felix

41 AD - 54 AD

Gallio

51 AD

Festus

54 AD - 62 AD

Paul's Imprisonments

Philippi

50 AD

Ephesus

54 AD - 56 AD

Caesarea

58 AD - 59 AD

Rome

60 AD - 62 AD

Paul's missionary journeys

1st Journey

46 AD - 48 AD

Acts 13:1-14:28

2nd Journey

49 AD - 52 AD

Acts 15:40-18:22

3rd Journey

53 AD - 57 AD

Acts 18:23-21:17

Journey To Rome

58 AD - 60 AD

Acts 27:1-28:31