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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why are the dates different from what my Bible says?

    To answer this question, we need to look at a couple different things:

    • The dating of Exodus varies. One theory is that it was written by Moses and occurred in 1446 B.C. Another theory is that it was written during the period of David & Solomon and it occurred in 1280 B.C. (166 years later).

      Depending upon which date is used for Exodus, all other dates prior to when David becomes king are affected. We know for sure that David become king in 1010 B.C.

      For purposes of this website, I assumed that the Exodus occurred in 1446 B.C.

    • Different Translations and publication dates will show varying dates. Since different publishers write each of the various translations, it seems to reason that they may come up with different dates, depending upon what methods they use to determine the dates.

      I am using the New Living Translation of The Bible. I have 3 different sources that I am using:

      1. a Life Application Study Bible, published in 1996 in Wheaton, Illinois by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
      2. the One Year Chronological Bible, published in 2007 in Carol Stream, Illinois by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
      3. the website: which is based upon the 1996, 2004, 2007, and 2013 publication dates by Tyndale House Foundation.

      At any point whereby date discrepancies were found between the various translations that I am using, I have followed the Life Application Study Bible, published in 1996.

  • When I click on a box, nothing happens.

    Typically, if you click on a box and it doesn't take you to another diagram or the scriptures, it is because the diagram or scriptures page has not been developed yet. To confirm that,

    • go to the site map,
    • expand the appropriate leg(s)
    • scroll through to find the page that you are looking for
    • once you find the page you were trying to open, click on it from the sitemap.
    • if the page opens, please let me know that I have a broken link.

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