Lost Christianities: Christian Scriptures and the Battles over Authentication
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Dates are A.D. (Anno Domini) unless specified as B.C. Some of the following from Lost Christianities: Christian Scriptures and the Battles over Authentication by Professor Bart D. Ehrman.
|Roman emperors||Events||Bible sources||People|
|145 B.C.: completion of Book of Daniel (final book of Hebrew Bible).|
|44 B.C.: Death of Julius Caesar||63 B.C.: Romans conquer Palestine|
|27 B.C - A.D. 14. Octavian Caesar Augustus||~4 B.C. Birth of Jesus.
40-4 B.C.: Herod King of the Jews.
|14-37: Tiberius||27: Baptism of Jesus.
~30: Death of Jesus.
~33: Conversion of Paul.
26-36: Pilate governor of Judea.
|37-41: Caligula||40: One of the earliest Christian churches erected at Corinth.|
|41-54: Claudius||45: Paul starts his missionary travels.
~50-60: Paul's Letters.
~50-60: Q source.
|64: First persecution of Christians||~50-70: M and L sources
~65: Gospel of Mark
|67: Peter (first Pope) executed
67-68: Linus, second Pope
|69-79: Vaspasian (Vitellius)||70: Jewish Revolt against Rome; destruction of the Temple|
|79-81: Titus||~80-85: Gospels of Matthew and Luke, Book of Acts|
|~85-105: Pastoral epistles
~90-95: Gospel of John
~95: Book of Revelations
|98-117: Trajan (maximum range of Roman Empire
138-161: Antonius Pius
|~110-130: Gospels of Peter and Thomas
~135: Epistle of Barnabas
|161-180: Marcus Aurelius
192-211: Septimius Severus
|3rd century: Roman emperors continue but many are killed by relatives or military.||~185-254: Theologian Origen: Hexapla (Hebrew Old Testament in six Hebrew and Greek texts).|
|306-337: Constantine; reunites the two empires under Rome.||303-311: Last persecutions of Christians in Rome.
313: Edict of Milan: Constantine establishes toleration of Christianity.
325: Council of Nicea.
330: Basilican Church of St. Peter's erected.
331: Seat of Roman empire moved to Constantinople.
360: Books 'begin' to replace scrolls.
|~312: Constantine 'converts' to Christianity.|
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