Chart comparing the historical changes in entropy of the Catastrophist and Uniformitarian paradigms of geological change
Historical Resources by Date
Listing of all historically-oriented resources, allowing filtering by the type of resource. To see resources that are not historically-oriented, see the separate listing: Non-Historical Resources.
Zoomable Bible timeline. Click, scroll, drag, or use the menu icons to control the level and position of the zoom.
48" timeline, covering Prehistory to 100 CE, the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Because it almost 48 inches long, it is best for screen viewing.
Timeline covering Prehistory to 100 CE, an overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation.
Genealogy of Jesus, comparing side-by-side the record presented in Matthew 1.1-17 with the record presented in Luke 3.23-38
Literary outline of Genesis thru Deuteronomy
Timeline covering Prehistory to 1750 BCE, Genesis 1-50: from Creation to Babel.
Six-page article with illustration, providing a basic introduction to the Sumerian King List followed by a composite narrative text arranged in chart form
Article with outline and chart: summary of observations of P. J. Wiseman regarding the form of ANE clay tablets and the contribution this makes to our understanding of the literary structure of Genesis.
Timeline covering Prehistory to 2100 BCE, Genesis 1-11: the creation, fall, flood, and beginning of the nations.
Diagram showing the diverging lines of Seth and Cain, their respective destinies at the time of the Flood.
Outline of the Book of Adam, Genesis 2.4b – 5.1a, highlighting rhetorical patterns within three episodes
Timeline with illustrations of the seven days of creation, showing the movement in days 1 through 3 from unformed to formed and the movement in days 4 through 6 from uninhabited to inhabited
Timeline / illustration depicting the three leading views on the manner of creation: specifically when the 'chaos' referred to in Genesis 1 occurred relative to the beginning of the first day of Creation.
The literary pattern evident in the structure of Genesis 1.3–2.3: the seven days of Creation.
Illustration of the relationship between the land, the waters below the expanse (seas), the expanse of sky, the waters above the expanse, and the expanse of the heavens
Genealogy / timeline of Seth from Genesis 5.3-32, presented in a chart format that highlights the pattern for each record and significant deviations.
Imaginative depiction of the pre-flood topography, including Eden and the four rivers flowing out to water the surrounding lands.
Genealogy / timeline of Shem from Genesis 11.10b-27a; text and genealogical tree for Terah from Genesis 11.27b-32.