Christianity Timeline

24 selected events represented by *

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Calling of Abraham * 2100 B.C.

2100 B.C.

Birth of Jacob/Israel* 200 B.C.

2000 B.C.

Joseph sold into Slavery

1900 BC

The Exodus?* 1446 B.C.

1446 B.C.

The Exodus?* 1290 B.C.

1290 BC

King David

1010 bc

King Solomon, temple built* 970 B.C.

970 bc

Israel falls to Assyria

722 bc

Israel falls to Babylon, temple destroyed

586 bc

Return of Jews, temple rebuilt

538 bc

Completion of temple

512 bc

Alexander the Great

330 bc

Old Testament into Greek* 250 B.C.

250 bc

Roman Rule of Israel

63 bc

Birth of Jesus Christ* 4 B.C.

4 B.C.

Death of Jesus Christ* 30 A.D.

30 a.d.

Stephen martyred

33 ad

Gentile Christians accepted

48 ad

First gospel published* 60 A.D.

60 ad

Peter & Paul martyred

67 ad

Jewish Rebellion ends, temple destroyed* 70

70 ad

Christianity centered in Rome

70 ad

Book of Revelation

90 ad

Marcus Aurelius persecutions

161 ad - 180 ad

Armenia becomes Christian

301 ad

"In hoc signo vinces"* 312

312 ad

christianity legal

313 ad

council at Nicea

325 ad

New Testament booklist

367 ad

Nicene creed revised

381 ad

bible to Latin* 382

382 ad

Tome at Ephesus

449 ad

St. Augustine

597 ad

Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne

800 ad

Christianity in Russia

988 ad

Great Schism* 1054

1054 A.D.

First Crusade* 1095

1095

Jerusalem conquered* 1099

1099

Jerusalem recaptured

1187

3rd Crusade

1189

Constantinople sacked

1204

Civil Dominion* 1376

1376

Bible to Middle English* 1380

1380

Constantinople falls

1453

95 Theses* 1517

1517

Bible to English* 1525

1525

Anglican Church

1534

Intitutes of the Christian Religion

1536

Peace of Ausburg

1555

King James Bible* 1611

1611

30 years war

1618 - 1648

The Great Awakening* 1730-1760

1730

Methodist Church* 1738

1738

Pentecostal movement begins* 1906

1906

Billy Graham born

1918

World Council of Churches

1948

Second Vatican Council

1962 - 1965

Death of Mother Teresa* 1997

1997

Joint Declaration on Justification

1999

Death of Pope John Paul II

2005