This book is a valuable part of my reference library as it would be to yours.
For anyone interested in an area of history where the bible was thought to be "obviously wrong and inconsistent" and proven otherwise, this book is for you.
Thiele explains in detail how the numbers found in the Bible for the divided kingdoms of Judah and Israel can be synchronized.
While the book is somewhat technical, a layman will have an appreciation for the complexities of understanding the world of the ancients. Read morePublished 3 months ago by F. Steve Collins
This is a good book for seriously studying Old Testament history. On the surface there is much confusion when dating by the time of someone's reign and this book brings clarity to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by C Barnett Swaney
For the serious Bible student, this is a must have. A terrific aid for studying the Old Testament timeline of the Kings.Published 13 months ago by Ashley Timmins
This book cleared some of the common time ambiguities in the Old Testament. A must have for any bible scholar.Published 18 months ago by Michael Forward
Thiele does overturn the biblical chronology with his numerous co-regencies, which obviously sprang from the need to remove forty-five years from the history of the Kingdom of... Read morePublished on July 25, 2006 by D. Buck
The prophecy of Ezekiel 4:1-6 predicted a period of 390 years for Israel's defection. The defection started at the beginning of Jeroboam's reign and was completed at the seige of... Read morePublished on August 12, 2001 by Dorothy Bone