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SPECIFIC HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

by Dr. Fred Wittman

A.D. 33     Friday, 14 Nisan (4/ 3)     Crucifixion of The Lord Jesus Christ.

A.D. 33      Sun., 16 Nisan (4/ 5)       Resurrection-Ascension of The Lord
Jesus Christ (Jn. 20:1-17 cf. Heb. 9:11-28).

A.D. 33     Thur., 25 Iyar (5/14)        Christ’s Ascension to abide in Heaven (Lk. 24:50-51; Mk. 16:19c; Lk. 24:52 cf. Acts 1:1-11; Mk. 16:20; Luke 24:53; Jn. 21:25).

A.D. 33    Sunday, 6 Sivan (5/ 24)    Pentecost, descent of The Holy Spirit, birth of Christ’s Church (Acts 2:1-41).

A.D. 33          Late Autumn                 Conversion of Saul (Paul) of Tarsus (Acts 9:1-19a).

A.D. 36          Late Autumn                 Paul’ s first visit to Jerusalem three years
after conversion (Acts 9:23-26; Gal. 1:18).

A.D. 37       January-February             Paul’ s second visit to Jerusalem for
fifteen days (Gal. 1:18-20).

A.D. 37-43   February to Spring       From Tarsus Paul, preached The Gospel in Syria and Keeleekéeah (Acts 9:30-31; Gal. 1:21,22).

A.D. 37 (-45) earliest possible date   General (Catholic) Epistle by James, our Lord’s brother.

A.D. 37     Spring to late Summer       Peter’s ministry at Lúddah and Jóppah;
conversion of Kohrnáyleeohs (Acts 9:32-43).

A.D. 37             Summer                   Conversion of Kohrnáyleeohs in Kaisáh-reheeah (Acts 10:1-48).

A.D. 43-44             Spring                 Paul brought to Antioch by Bahrnáhbahs to teach for a whole era (cycle of seasons) (Acts 11:25,26 cf. 12:1).

A.D.  44                Spring                    Paul’s third visit to Jerusalem; Death of Herod Agrippa I (Acts 11:27-12:1 cf. 12:21-23).

A.D.  44-47         late Winter            Paul and Bahrnáhbahs return to Antioch with John Mark for two and one-half years (Acts 12:25).

A.D.  45                                            The Gospel According to Matthew (in Semitic) written by Levi (Matthew).

A.D.  47            Autumn                     Paul, Bahrnáhbahs, and Téetohs (Titus) visit (fourth to Jerusalem) James, Kayfáhs (Peter), and John fourteen years after Paul’s conversion (Gal. 2:1-10).

A.D.  47-48      late  Autumn              Paul’s first missionary journey with Bahrnáhbahs (Acts 13:2-14:27).

A.D. 49            early Autumn             The Epistle to Galatians by Paul written during his stay at Antioch (Acts 14:27,28).

A.D. 49         Autumn’s end              First Church Council at Jerusalem; Paul’s fifth visit to Jerusalem (Acts 15:1-13).

A.D. 50-53       late Summer            Paul’s second missionary journey with Séelahs (Acts 15:40-18:22); Luke joined them at Tróahs (Acts 16:10-40).

A.D. 50                                             The Gospel According to Matthew (in Greek) written by Levi (Matthew).

A.D. 50-51          Autumn                  Entrance of The Gospel into Europe (Acts 16:11-13).

A.D. 51-late 52    late Dec.               Paul spent eighteen months at Corinth (Acts 18:1-11).

A.D. 51              early                       The First Epistle to Thessalonians by Paul The Apostle from Corinth.

A.D. 51               mid                        The Second Epistle to Thessalonians by Paul The Apostle from Corinth.

A.D. 53              early                       Paul sailed to Ephesus, Caesarea, then to Jerusalem (sixth visit) for Festival, and on to Antioch (Acts 18:18-22).

A.D.  53-59        late Autumn              Paul’s third missionary journey ended in Jerusalem (Acts 18:23-21:33).

A.D. 55-58                                      The Gospel According to Luke written during his stay at Philippi.

A.D. 56             June-Nov.                The First Epistle to Corinthians by Paul The Apostle written from Ephesus (1 Cor. 16:8,19).

A.D.  57              Summer                  Paul wrote The Second Epistle to Corinthians by Paul The Apostle from Philippi (Acts 20:1 cf. 2 Cor. 2:13; 7:5-7; 8:1; 9:2-5).

A.D. 57-58         Winter                    Paul journeyed; wrote The Epistle to Romans by Paul The Apostle written from Corinth or Kehnkh-reh-aí (Acts 20:2,3 cf. Rom. 16:1).

A.D. 58                 May                     Paul traveled to Jerusalem (seventh visit) to keep the Festival of Pentecost (Acts 21:15 cf. 20:16).

A.D. 58-60          Summer                 Paul’s two year imprisonment at Caesarea under Felix (Acts 24:1-27).

A.D. 60              mid July                  Paul appealed to Caesar before Fáystohs (Acts 25:1-10-12-27).

A.D. 60              early Sept.               Herod Agrippa II judged Paul at Caesarea. Then Paul was sent to Rome by Felix upon Agrippa’s judgment. They sailed to Crete via Múrah, Lukéeah, (Acts 26:1-32).

A.D. 60         late Oct. - mid Dec.      Paul and company storm-tossed and shipwrecked (Acts 27:9-44).

A.D. 60-61      mid Dec.-Mar.         Marooned three months on Malta, them travelled to Pohtéeohloi by boat, on foot to Rome (Acts 28:1-30).

A.D. 61-63          late March              Paul’s two year Roman imprisonment (Acts 28:30,31).

A.D. 62                   mid                    The Epistle to Ephesians by Paul The Apostle written from Rome (Eph. 4:1; 6:20 cf. Col. 4:7-9,18; Phile. 1).

A.D. 62                late mid                The Epistle to Colossians by Paul The Apostle and The Epistle to Fee-láymohn (Philemon) by Paul written from Rome (Col. 4:7-9,18; Phile. 1 cf. Eph. 4:1; 6:20).

A.D. 62-63                                       James, the brother of our Lord was martyred.

A.D. 63              early                       The Epistle to Philippians by Paul The Apostle written from Rome (Phil. 1:13; 4:21).

A.D. 63         early Spring                The Epistle to Hebrews by Paul The Apostle written from Italy ( Heb. 13:19,24 cf. 2 Pet. 3:15,16).

A.D. 63              mid-late                   Luke wrote Acts of the Apostles from Rome (Acts 28:10-16,30)

A.D. 65             Summer                   The First Epistle to Timothy by Paul the Apostle written from Mahkehdohnée-ah (1 Tim. 1:3).

A.D. 65           late Summer              The Epistle to Téetohs (Titus) by Paul written from Neekóhpohlees, Mahkehdohnée-ah (Tit. 3:12).

A.D. 65-66                                       Burning of Rome by Nero, first imperial persecution of Christians

A.D. 65-66                                        John Mark wrote The Gospel According to Mark from Babylon where Mark was with Peter while he wrote his first Epistle (1 Pet. 5:13).

A.D. 65-66     Winter                    Peter wrote First General (Catholic) Epistle by Peter from Babylon (1 Pet. 5:13).

A.D. 67?          before A.D. 70     General (Catholic) Epistle by Jude (Yoúdahs) written from Palestine.

A.D. 67-68       Autumn or Win.         Second General (Catholic) Epistle by Peter.

A.D. 67-68        Win. to Spring          Peter was martyred.

A.D. 68              Summer                   Second Epistle to Timothy by Paul the Apostle, written from Rome just before being martyred (2 Tim. 4:6).

A.D. 70                                             Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans under Titus. This fulfilled The Lord Jesus Christ’s prophecy thirty-seven plus years before And Daniel’s prophecy 520 years previously.

A.D.  90-94                                      The Gospel According to John likely written from Ephesus.

A.D. 91-94                                        First General Catholic Epistle by John likely written from Ephesus.

A.D. 94-95                                        Second and Third Epistles by John likely written from Ephesus.

A.D. 96 or later (99?)               Revelation by The Saint, John, The Theologian written from Patmos (Rev. 1:9).

A.D. 100                                            John, the beloved disciple’s death.


More detailed information can be observed on the Introductory Notes to each New Testament Book under Read The Bible. Even more audio explanation is given on the introductory webcast (the first webcast of each N.T. Book) to each Book in the Read The Bible Series.

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