Early Christianity Timeline

The timeline on early Christianity is presently in its infancy. It has been uploaded to provide those who might wish to help in its formation with a means to familiarize themselves with its style and purpose.;xNLx;;xNLx;IMPORTANT: This project is one of the largest of its kind, and will take time to reach a conclusion. In this regard many important topics on early Christian history, and certain viewpoints, have not yet been included.;xNLx;;xNLx;Using the Timeline:;xNLx;Individuals are assigned an entry in the timeline that best approximates the beginning of the activity or events that they are most associated with, and not the date of their birth.;xNLx;;xNLx;Entries are Coloured as such:;xNLx;;xNLx;Grey= Discussion Points ;xNLx;Blue= Groups ;xNLx;Purple= Texts ;xNLx;Red= Artifacts/Places ;xNLx;Blue= Events ;xNLx;Yellow= People;xNLx;

3 Maccabees

3 Maccabees

The Letter of Aristeas

The Letter of Aristeas (ca. 160-130 B.C.)

Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene (fl. 30 A.D.)


Erastus (fl. 60 A.D.)

Dating the Earliest New Testament Manuscripts

The Dating of Codex Sinaiticus

Codex Sinaiticus (ca. 350 A.D.)

EXAMPLE: Jewish Messianic Expections

[Discussion on various aspects of Second Temple Jewish Messianic Expectations...]

The Authenticity of the Apostolic Eyewitness in the New Testament (Video)

A lecture by Richard Bauckham

EXAMPLE: Pharisees

[EXAMPLE: Discussion on history and significance of the Pharisees]

EXAMPLE: The Birth of Jesus

[Example: Discussion over the birth of Jesus and the infancy narratives.]

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