Published biblical timelines err. They use solar years instead of 360-day years of biblical prophecy as defined in the Bible, which anticipates the absence of a solar system in Heaven. Any synopsis of the gospels should include John's gospel as discussed herein and illustrated by his contributions to the chronology of the Gospels. Several chapters from that Gospel are discussed in detail to support this claim. This book refutes claims of biblical inaccuracy with an analysis of biblical ages and chronology from the creation of Adam through the First Century AD, which are compatible with substantiated historical and scientific facts. Errors in published guidelines and disputations about various passages are addressed. The ages at which sentinel events occur in the lives of individuals in the Bible teach us about the same in our lives, which is illustrated by the tryst of David and Bathsheba and its aftermath of twenty-three years. Dr. Edwards has practiced and taught internal medicine, geriatrics, and infectious diseases and been credentialed in these disciplines. He has been the primary author of several publications in scientific journals in the specialty of infectious diseases. His fellowships include the American College of Physicians, the Infections Diseases Society of America, the American College of Physician Executives, and the American College of Healthcare Executives. He has held several administrative and executive positions. He is a retired colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves. Dr. Edwards has been Dean of a Christian medical school. He has served on several boards in churches and Christian organizations. In his retirement, he has published about medicine and the Bible in periodicals and is the author of seven books, which are exegetical studies of the Books of Genesis, Judges, Samuel and the Kings, the Gospels, and Revelation. He has studied the biblical languages of Hebrew and Greek.
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