Traditional date of creation of Adam and Eve, according to creationist timeline.
Noah loads the ark with 2 of every animal, and God saves them from the flood. God makes a new covenant with Noah to never flood the world again.
This includes Abraham's covenant with God, and also the birth of Isaac and Ishmael.
God makes his covenant with Abraham
In this time, the Jews were held slaves by the Egyptians and eventually God freed them by using the plagues and Moses.
During this period, individual judges guided the Hebrew people.
In this time period the Torah was compiled.
God sends prophets to guide the Hebrew people. The coming of the Messiah is foretold.
David reigns and writes the Book of Psalms.
This is the time period that includes the 12 tribes and the two kingdoms. The Northern Kingdom is the Kingdom of Israel and the Southern Kingdom is the Kingdom of Judah.
King Solomon reigns and writes the Books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Wisdom, and Sirach, along with the Song of Solomon.
Beginning of the Babylonian exile.
Jewish revolt against restrictions on Jewish practices and the desecration of the Temple.
Herod begins to rebuild the Temple.
Jesus is born and preaches to the Jewish people.
Jewish oral law is Compiled by Judah the Prince.
Crusader capture the city and massacre thousands of Jews.
Persecution of Jews in Protestant Europe.
There is currently a conflict over the Gaza Strip, both countries think that they have claim to it.
This is the birth of Jesus Christ from the virgin Mary. Jesus is raised in the town of Nazareth
During this time Christ taught his principles and wisdom.
Christianity is spread around the world.
This is the death of Christ.
Saul, a persecutor of Christians, is converted in a confrontation with God, and goes on to become one of the greatest disciples of Christianity.
This meeting determined that Gentile converts to Christianity did not have to follow most of the Laws of Moses
The entirety of the New Testament is written by various different authors.
Establishes official toleration of Christianity in the Roman Empire.
Peoples crusade, called for the freeing the Holy Lands. 1st Crusade led by Count Raymond IV of Toulouse and proclaimed by many wandering preachers.
Crusaders prepared to attack Damascus. 2nd crusade led by Holy Roman Emperor Conrad III and by King Louis VII of France
Led by Richard Lionheart of England, made a truce with Saladin.
4th Crusade led by Fulk of Neuil French/Flemish advanced on Constantinople.
Schism created when French cardinals declared Pope Urban VI invalid, electing their own pope, Clement VII.
Founded by Ferdinand and Isabella
This is the catalyst for the Protestant Reformation.
Retake much of the progress of the Holy Land Crusades
Constantinople was captured by Muslims, and later became the Ottoman capitol.