HISTORY, DEMOGRAPHY AND  …

 

 

 

Luis Díez  Encinas

 

THE BIBLICAL CHRONOLOGY

 

Pubished in Spain in 1996

Translated in English in 2008

I title original in Spanish: LA CRONOLOGÍA BÍBLICA

Author: Luis Díez Encinas

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http://www.cronologiabiblica-biblicalchronology.net/

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http://www.todoloqueexistees.com/

http://www.todoloqueexistees.com/lomasgrandequeexiste/

http://www.la-cronologia-biblica.com/

 

Pages web in english:

http://www.luis-diez-encinas.net/

http://www.telefonica.net/web2/all-that-exists/

http://www.cronologiabiblica-biblicalchronology.net/

http://www.all-that-exists-is-the-biggest-thing-that-exists.es/

http://www.allthatexistsis.com/

http://www.allthatexistsis.com/thebiggestthingthatexists/

http://www.biblicalchronology.net/

 

Edited and distribiuted by Luis Díez Encinas

 

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                                  THE WORLD OF THE BIBLE

   

 

THE   BOOK  INDEX

                                                                                                             

Chapter

Subject

Page

Index

 

      4

Dedicatory

 

    6

Introduction

 

  8

Nombres propios

Proper names

9

Theme   1

The biblical chronology  

 26

             1,1

From the fall of Babilonia until the start of christian calendar

 34

              1,2

From the construction the temple by Solomon until the                       construction

the temple after the banishmen  

 

 38

              1,3

From departing from Egypt until the construction of the temple by            Solomon  

 

 54

              1,4

From the birth of Abraham until the israelian left  Egypt

69

             1,5

 The predifloods and pastdifloods patriarchs

83

              1,6

 The tower of  Babel  

102

              1,7

 The shortest  chronology of the  bíble  

108

              1,8

 The longest chronology of the bible

110

              1,9

 The compared Chronologies  

112

               

 

 

  Theme  2

The estimated details of the population and the biblical chronology

137

 

            2,1

The development of estimation of the population

137

            2,2

 The geographical developement of estimation of the planet

157

 

 

 

Theme  3

 3,1  The symbolic numbers in the bible

163

            3,2

Number 3

166

            3,3

Number 4

176

            3,4

Numbers 3 and 4 combined

180

            3,5

Number 6

181

            3,6

Number 7

189

            3,7

Number 12

212

Theme  4

Numbers in different languages and cultures

222

            4,1

 Base 2  

222

           4,2

 Base 5

223

             4,3

 Base 7

224

             4,4

 Base 8

225

             4,5

Roman numbers

226

 

             4,6

 

 Abaco

230

 

             4,7

 Base 10  

231

             4,8

 Base 12  

234

             4,9

 Base 16  

246

             4,10

 Base 20    

238

             4,11

The surface measurement and volume

241

             4,12

Numbers with knots in the ropes

242

             4,13

 Hebrew numbers

244

             4,14

 The Greek aphabet numeration

245

             4,15

The Gothic system number

246

             4,16

The numbers in Braille

247

             4,17

 The numbers in the language of deaf and dumbs

248

             4,18

Games with numbers

250

 

 

 

Theme  5

The chronology of the writing of the bible

251

           5,1

 Books of Jewish canon

251

           5,2

  The Samaritan Pentateuco

258

           5,3

 The Greek version of the 70s

259

           5,4

 The Deuterocanonicos books

259

           5,5

 Books of christian canon

261

           5,6

  The latin vaulgate

265

           5,7

The second Apocryphal bible

266

 

 

 

Theme   6

The sun, the earth and the moon  

270

 

 

 

Theme  7

All that exists is the biggest  thing that exists

275

 

 

 

Theme   8

The evolutionary progress of the man

283

 

 

 

Conclusion

 

296

                                                                                                                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                             DEDICATION

 

Dedicated to all people, but since it  is  becoming popular in some  books  to  have some type of dedication, the checked and extended edition of this book in 1998, is printed in favour of the left-handed and of those who have problems with their sight,  and for this group of persons I put the dedication.

When the left-handed write by hand in a notebook, they find it more comfortable  to write in the page of the left side and leave in white the right page, writing with the left hand without having to pass the hand over the small springs or rings of the notebook, beginning the notebook from the pages of the right and ending through the pages of the left side, passing  the sheets from the  left side to the right, as the pages are getting completed .

 

There are notebooks for left-handed in the shops of things for the left-handed, but still I have not seen printed books of such kind , since they  turn out to be more comfortable to the left-handed , and for this reason I present this book to the reader. It is necessary to start reading the book from the pages of the right and in this way pass the left sheets as you are advancing in the way that the number of the sheets increase.

 

Everything is a question of getting used to, after reading hundreds of pages in this way it will seem normal.

 

More than 5 per cent of the population of the world are left-handed and there are no books in favour of the left-handed. Also in the text of the Bible the left handed ones are discriminated putting the good ones to the right and the bad people  to the left side.

Genesis 48:17-19; Mateo 25:31-46.

 

In the catechism of the Catholic Church it appears  that is necessary to make the sign of the cross, sign and cross oneself  with the right hand, both the right handed and  the left-handed equally.        

 

In some official greetings among the military men it is obligatory to greet with the right hand. Most of the tools and utensils are made to be used with the right hand.The superstitious people say that it will bring bad luck to get up on  the left foot or something similar.  

 

In the trials the judge orders the attorney and the attorney of the defendant that they should sit down on his left side, and those who are on behalf of the supposedly good ones on his right .

 

Like in the text of The Bible, Jesus sits down on the right of the supposed  supreme judge.  

Mateo 22:44 and 25:31-34.

 

The history in this book I am telling goes back in time belonging to somehow reliable information and returning up to coming to prehistoric epochs with slightly trustworthy information and we could say that I do not tell the history forward in the course of the time.

 

In favour of those who see little, because I have lost very much the sight myself and need to read

and  write with big letters. Many people have a similar problem, and because of it I  write this book with big letters. As Paul says in Gálatas 6:11. It is supposed  that Paul had a poor sight, maybe he lost part of his sight because he was hit by a beam or  something similar according to the Facts of the Apostles

 

9:8-9, with Saulo's name. I do not comment very much about this matter, not For naming him someone thinks because of nominating Paul the boss of the deficient visual ones, and  He may take the position of  Lucia who is considered to be the mistress of the blind persons.

 

Nowadays with computers anyone can write and read, even being completely blind. Because it is possible to write with tact knowing well the position of the keys, and to read in line Braille (system of writing and reading for blind persons) reading the information of the computer with tact with the fingers on a utensil close to the keyboard, also the computer can extract the information printed in paper in Braille to read it with tact with the fingers. Also the computer can extract the spoken information, so that a person who is OK can read every word on the screen, a blind person can hear the words but not see them precisely.

 

Nowadays a blind person can read any book,  for example the Bible and study any university degree, having the information adapted to the circumstance.        

 

Also there is another type of blindness, which consists in seeing what is written but it does not pay attention to what it reads, or does not analyze well a book, many times for example the bible ,and one does not see really what comes in the Bible. And  there are still other types of blindness, since according to the fact that with the vision that normally we the human have, we cannot see everything that exists to around us, in this way  we all are partially blind we need to get help of some average means adapted to our level of vision and circumstance of each one to manage to see other worlds that surround us , and in our current circumstances we do not see them, and it is convenient to be optimistic and think that with new discoveries and new means, we will manage to see what  we do not see now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                       INTRODUCTION

 

The Bible is a very known book all over the world, printed in almost all the languages, in some languages only part of the Bible is available and together with the bible there have been printed many books, which try to serve as help to understand the Bible, it is said that the Bible, is a sacred book, which is also named , like " The Holy Writings ", saying that it is a book inspired by God, and therefore infallibly, it is not possible to make a mistake in all that it is written, because it is  God who has said everything which is necessary to appear in the Bible.

 

Saying inspired is like saying that this come out of God's mind and it is word.Therefore everything which is written in the Bible, is according to this truth and without contradictions of the Bible.

Without the books of interpretation of the Bible, we can also come to the same conclusion, because  the same is said in Bible , for example, in 2Timotéo 3:16 17 puts: " All the Writing is inspired by God ". 2 Pedro 1:21 says " Because prophecy has never come by human will, but men moved by Holy Spirit has spoken on behalf of God ".

 

The Bible is a book that this composed by a collection of books that form  the  canon  of  the  Writings, or

books recognized by the religious leaders, as inspired by God.Three different canons exist: The first one is the Jewish canon that consists of the books that the religious leaders of the Judaism, recognize as inspired by God. The second one is the canon of almost all the Christian religions, which contains the Jewish canon, plus the canon of the Christian books. And in the third place is the canon of the Catholic Church, which includes additional other 7 books, previous to the christianity, and neither the Jews nor most of the Christian religions, recognize them as inspired by God, the same catholic Church names them "deuterocanónicos". And other religions call them" Apocrypha",  some of these books were written originally in Greek, or manuscripts older than Greek have not been in found  in Hebrew , and the Jewish rabbis only accepted the books written originally in Hebrew or Aramaic.

 

 The Christian writings of the Bible were written originally, most in Greek.

But now the great question comes. Is the Bible really a trustworthy book of information? There are proofs that justify the reliability of what is written in the Bible? Or we find proofs that indicate the opposite.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOMBRES PROPIOS ESPAÑOL  INGLES       SPANISH AND ENGLISH PROPER NAMES            

LIBROS DE LA BIBLIA                    BOOKS OF THE BIBLE            

Libros del canon judio                                   The canon Jewish books

 

 

 
 
 
 

Español

English

 

Español

English

Génesis

Genesis

 

Eclesiastés (Qohélet)

Eclesiastes

Éxodo

Exodus

 

Cantar de los Cantares

Song of Solomon

Levítico

Leviticus

 

Isaías

Isaiah

Números

Numbers

 

Jeremías

Jeremiah

Deuteronomio

Deuteronomy

 

Lamentaciones

Lamentations

Josué

Joshua

 

Ezequiel

Ezekiel

Jueces

Judges

 

Daniel

Daniel

Rut

Ruth

 

Oseas

Hosea

1Samuel

1Samuel

 

Joel

Joel

2Samuel

2Samuel

 

Amós

Amos

1Reyes

1Kings

 

Abdías

Obadiah

2Reyes

2Kings

 

Jonás

Jonah

1Crónicas

1Chronicles

 

Miqueas

Micah

2Crónicas

2Chronicles

 

Nahún

Nahum

Esdras

Ezra

 

Habacuc

Habakkuk

Nehemías

Nehemiah

 

Sofanías

Zephaniah

Ester

Esther

 

Ageo

Haggai

Job

Job

 

Zacarías

Zechariah

Salmos

Psalms

 

Malaquias

Malachi

Proverbios

Proverbs

 

 

 

 

 

Por orden alfabetico en español     for alphabetical order in spanish

Español

English

 

Español

English

Abdías                          

Obadiah

 

Jonás                          

Jonah

Ageo                            

Haggai

 

Josué                            

Joshua

Amós                            

Amos

 

Jueces                          

Judges

Cantar, El                    

Song  of Solomon

 

Lamentaciones          

Lamentations

Crónicas      

Chronicles

 

Levítico                      

Leviticus

Daniel                          

Daniel

 

Malaquías                  

Malachi

Duteronomio

Deuteronomy

 

 Miqueas                    

Micah

Eclesiastés  (Qohélet)                  

Eclesiastés

 

 Nahún                      

Nahum

Esdras                        

Ezra

 

 Nehemías                

Nehemiah

Ester                            

Esther

 

 Números                    

Numbers

Éxodo                          

Exodus

 

 Oseas                      

Hosea

Ezequiel                      

Ezekiel

 

 Reyes                

Kings

Génesis                      

Genesis

 

 Rut                            

Ruth

Habacuc                    

Habakuk

 

  Salmos                      

Psalms

 Isaías                          

Isaiah

 

  Samuel              

Samuel

Jeremías                    

Jeremiah

 

Sofonías                    

Zephaniah

Job                            

Job

 

Proverbios                  

Proverbs

Joel                            

Joel

 

Zacarías                    

Zechariah

 

 

Libros del canon cristiano                    Books the canmon cristiano

Español

English

 

Español

English

Mateo                  

Matthew

 

1Timoteo

1Timothy

Marcos

Mark

 

2Timoteo

2Timothy

Lucas

Luke

 

Tito

Titus

Juan

John

 

Filemón

Philemon

Hechos de los apóstoles

Acts of the Apostles

 

Hebreos

Hebrews

Romanos

Romans

 

Santiago (Jacobe)

James

1Coeintios

1Corinthians

 

1Pedro

1Peter

2Corintios

2Corinthians

 

2Pedro

2Peter

Gálatas

Galatians

 

1Juan

1John

Efesios

Ephesians

 

2Juan

2John

Filipenses

Philipians

 

3Juan

3Jonh

Colosenses

Colossians

 

Judas  (Judá)

Jude

1Tesalonicenses

1Thessalonians

 

Apocolipsis

Revelation

2Tesalonicenses

2Thessalonians

 

 

 

 

Por orden alfabetico en español     for alphabetical order in spanish

Español

English

 

Español

English

Apocalipsis                  

Revelation

 

Judas                          

Jude

Colosenses                

Colossians

 

Lucas                          

Luke

Corintios        

Corinthians

 

Marcos                        

Mark

Efesios                        

Ephesians

 

Mateo                          

Matthew

Filemón                      

Philemon

 

Pedro              

Meter

Filipenses                  

Philippians

 

Romanos                  

Romans

Gálatas                      

Galatians

 

Santiago                    

James

Hebreos                    

Hebrews

 

Tesalonicenses

Thessalonians

Hechos                      

The Acts

 

Timoteo            

Timothy

Juan                          

John

 

Tito                              

Titus

Juan 1,2,3    

John 1,2,3

 

 

 

Libros deuterocanonicos                            Deuterocanonicos books

Español

English

 

Español

English

Tobías                          

Tobit

 

Sabiduría

Wisdom  of Salomon

Judit

Judith

 

Sirácida (Eclesiástico)

Eclesiasticus

1Macabeos

1Maccabees

 

Baruc

Baruch

2Macabeos

2Maccabees

 

 

 

 

 

Por orden alfabetico en español     for alphabetical order in spanish

Español

English

 

Español

English

Baruc                      

Baruch

 

Sabiduría                  

Wisdom  of Salomon

Judit                            

Judith

 

Sirácida (Eclesiastico)

Ecclesiasticus

Macabeos        

Macabeos

 

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