New Testament Chronology
|Author: ||Doig, Kenneth|
The lack of correct understanding of the evolution of the Jewish calendar has been a stumbling block to biblical research. New Testament Chronology includes subjects of particular importance to both Christian and Jewish scholarship. Begins with the present western calendar and steps back to the opening of Genesis. The calendar system is then followed forward to the Bar Kokhba revolt in the second century CE and the later establishment of the modern Jewish calendar. Detailed studies are presented on Herodian chronology and Pontius Pilate. The dating of Acts completes the work.