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HISTORY of Christian Theology

TIMELINE of Christian Theology

TIMELINE of Christian Theology – All
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Adam

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Eve

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c. 10,000 B.C.

Agriculture Develops

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c. 3,500 B.C.

Horses Domesticated

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c. 3,500 B.C.

Writing Developed

c. 3,500 B.C. Writing, a medium of human communication representing languages and emotions through signs and symbols, develops independently in 4 different areas – Mesopotamia (c. 3,500 B.C.), Egypt(c. 1,550 B.C.) The New Kingdom of Egypt begins as the Pharaohs of Egypt regain independence and displace the Hyksos. The technical innovations brough... more (c. 3,100 B.C.), the Indus Valley (c. 2,600 B.C.), and the Yellow River (c. 1,700 B.C.). Please share if you found this post informative.

c. 3,300 B.C.

Indus Valley Civilization

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c. 3,300 B.C.

Bronze Age

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c. 2,686 B.C.

Egypt, Old Kingdom

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c. 2,500 B.C.

Phoenicia

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c. 2,334 B.C.

Akkadian Empire

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c. 2,181 B.C.

Egypt, Old Kingdom Ends

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c. 2,154 B.C.

Akkadian Empire Ends

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c. 2,134 B.C.

Egypt, Kingdom of

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c. 2,070 B.C.

Xia Dynasty (China)

c. 2,070 B.C. The Xia dynasty possibly rules along the Yellow River in China. Shrouded in mystery, myth, and legend, subsequent Chinese governments traced their history to the Xia dynasty. No written records survive from this civilization, but some archeological evidence suggests the Xia dynasty may have been real. Please share if you found this post informative.

c. 2,025 B.C.

Old Assyrian Empire

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c. 2,000 B.C.

Chariot Developed

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c. 1800 B.C.

Abraham

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c. 1,792 B.C.

Babylonian Empire

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c. 1690 B.C.

Egypt, Kingdom ends

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c. 1,650 B.C.

Hyksos in Egypt

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c. 1,600 B.C.

Shang Dynasty (China)

c. 1,600 B.C. The semi-mythical Xia Dynasty ends, and the Shang Dynasty arises to rule over the Yellow River Valley. Please share if you found this post informative.

c. 1,600 B.C.

Hittite Empire

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c. 1,600 B.C.

Mycenean Greek Civilization

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c. 1,550 B.C.

Egypt

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c. 1,500 B.C.

Vedic Period of India

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c. 1450 B.C.

Mosaic Law

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Died c. 1400 B.C.

Moses

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c. 1,393 B.C.

Old Assyrian Empire Ends

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c. 1,300 B.C.

Indus Valley Civilization Ends

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c. 1,274 B.C.

Battle of Kadesh

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c. 1,200 B.C.

Iron Age

c. 1,200 B.C. The Iron Age(c. 1,200 B.C.) The Iron Age begins in the Ancient Near East, the Aegean, and India. The Iron Age would begin later in Italy and the Balkans (c. 1,100... more begins in the Ancient Near East, the Aegean, and India. The Iron Age(c. 1,200 B.C.) The Iron Age begins in the Ancient Near East, the Aegean, and India. The Iron Age would begin later in Italy and the Balkans (c. 1,100... more would begin later in Italy and the Balkans (c. 1,100 B.C.), Eastern Europe (c. 900 B.C.), Central Europe and Great Britain (c. 800…

c. 1,200 B.C.

Bronze Age Collapse

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c. 1,178 B.C

Hittite Empire Ends

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c. 1,150 B.C.

Phoenician Expansion

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c. 1,150 B.C.

Mycenaean Greece Ends

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c. 1,069 B.C.

Egypt, New Kingdom Ends

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c. 1,056 B.C.

Middle Assyrian Empire Ends

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c. 1,050 B.C.

Alphabet Developed

c. 1,050 B.C. Phoenicians develop a 22 letter alphabet which spreads through their colonies and trade routes, which is eventually adopted and adapted by the Greeks. Please share if you found this post informative.

c. 1,046 B.C.

Zhou Dynasty (China)

c. 1,046 B.C. The Shang Dynasty ends after it is defeated in battle, and the Zhou Dynasty begins its rule in China. Please share if you found this post informative.

c. 1000 B.C.

David

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911 B.C.

Neo-Assyrian Empire

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814 B.C.

Carthage Established

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c. 800 B.C.

Greek Civilization Reemerges

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c. 650 B.C.

Carthaginian Expansion

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c. 641–610 B.C.

Josiah

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626 B.C.

Neo-Babylonian Empire

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626 B.C.

Median Kingdom

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c. 615–515 B.C.

Daniel the Prophet

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609 B.C.

Neo-Assyrian Empire Ends

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c. 600 B.C.

Second Indian Urbanization

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587 B.C.

Babylonian Captivity I

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c. 570–495 B.C.

Pythagoras

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550 B.C.

Achaemenid Empire (Persia)

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509 B.C.

Roman Republic

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499 B.C.

Greco-Persian Wars

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c. 495–430 B.C.

Zeno

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470–399 B.C.

Socrates

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431 B.C.

Peloponnesian War

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c. 427–348 B.C.

Plato

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384 B.C.–322 B.C.

Aristotle

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356–323 B.C.

Alexander the Great

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338 B.C.

Macedon Unifies Greece

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336 B.C.

Alexander the Great becomes King

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323 B.C.

Alexander the Great Dies

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321 B.C.

Muaryan Empire (India)

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312 B.C.

Seleucid Empire

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306 B.C.

Kingdom of Thrace

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306 B.C.

Antigonid Kingdom

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305 B.C.

Ptolemaic Kingdom (Egypt)

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281 B.C.

Kingdom of Thrace Ends

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275 B.C.

Roman Domination of Italy

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256 B.C.

Qin Dynasty (China)

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247 B.C.

Parthian Empire

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221 B.C.

Qin Empire (China)

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c. 215–164 B.C.

Antiochus IV

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206 B.C.

Han Empire (China)

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201 B.C.

Roman Domination of Mediterranean

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185 B.C.

Mauryan Empire Ends

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167–160 B.C.

Maccabean Revolt

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146 B.C.

Rome Conquers Greece

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c. 130 B.C.

Silk Road

c. 130 B.C. The Silk Road(c. 130 B.C.) The Silk Road is established as the Han Dynasty in China as they extend their overland trade routes further west and connect directly to... more is established as the Han Dynasty in China as they extend their overland trade routes further west and connect directly to trade routes used by the Roman Empire(27 B.C.) After a period of unrest and competing generals jockeying for power, Octavian, the adopted son of Julius Caesar, becomes the first official ... more. Please share if you found this post informative.

63 B.C.

Seleucid Empire Ends

312–63 B.C. After a period of decline for approximately 100 years caused by military defeats to the Romans in the west and the Parthians to the east, the remnants of the Seleucid Empire(312 B.C.) The Seleucid Empire, based in Babylonia, is founded by Seleucus, former general over Alexander’s elite cavalry forces. Seleucus asserted ... more collapse. Please share if you found this post informative.

50 B.C.

Rome Conquers Gaul

50 B.C. Julius Caesar conquers Gaul (modern day France and Belgium), setting the stage for his rise to power in Rome. Please share if you found this post informative.

30 B.C.

Ptolemaic Kingdom Ends

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27 B.C.

Roman Empire

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c. 20 B.C.–c. A.D. 38

Pontius Pilate

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c. 20 B.C.–A.D. 50

Philo of Alexandria

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born c. 18 B.C.

Mary

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c. 4 B.C.–A.D. 39

Herod Antipater

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c. 4 B.C.–A.D. 30-33

Jesus

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c. 4 B.C.–A.D. 64

Paul

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c. 1 B.C.– c. A.D. 30

John the Baptist

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1st CENTURY

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c. A.D. 1–65

Peter the Apostle

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c. A.D. 6–100

John the Apostle

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A.D. 9–79

Vespasian

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A.D. 15 Dec 37–9 Jun 68

Nero

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c. A.D. 30

Crucifixion

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A.D. 30

Pentecost

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c. A.D. 35–108

Ignatius of Antioch

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c. A.D. 35–99

Clement of Rome

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A.D. 37–c. A.D. 100

Josephus

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c. A.D. 50

Council of Jerusalem

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c. A.D. 50

Maritime Silk Route

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A.D. 50–64

Paul’s Epistles

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A.D. 53–117

Trajan

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Died c. A.D. 61

Barnabas

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A.D. 65

Gospel of Mark

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A.D. 69–155

Polycarp

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A.D. 70

Jerusalem Temple Destroyed

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c. A.D. 70–140

Clement, First Letter of

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A.D. 75–95

Gospels of Matthew, Luke & John

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2nd CENTURY

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c. A.D. 100–175

Valentinus

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fl. early 2nd century

Marcion

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c. A.D. 100–165

Justin Martyr

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fl. 2nd century

Montanus

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c. A.D. 120–200

Irenaeus

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c. A.D. 120–180

Tatian

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A.D. 121–180

Marcus Aurelius

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(A.D. 132–136)

Bar Kokhba Revolt

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A.D. 144

Marcion excommunicated

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A.D. 145

Valentinus rejected

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c. A.D. 150–215

Clement of Alexandria

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c. A.D. 150

Justin Martyr’s 1st Apology

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c. A.D. 150–681

Christological Controversy

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c. A.D. 160–225

Tertullian

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c. A.D. 165

Justin Martyr’s 2nd Apology

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A.D. 180–200

IrenaeusAgainst Heresies

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c. A.D. 185–254

Origen

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3rd CENTURY

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c. A.D. 202

Origen begins teaching

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c. A.D. 205–270

Plotinus

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A.D. 210–14 Sep 258

Cyprian

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c. A.D. 215

Sabellius

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A.D. 220

Han Empire Ends

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A.D. 224

Sassanid Empire

A.D. 224–651 The rebellion which overthrew the Parthian Empire(247 B.C.) Parthia (a region in the northeast of modern day Iran) gains independence in a rebellion against the Seleucid Empire, eventually becoming t... more establishes the Sassanid Empire(A.D. 224) The rebellion which overthrew the Parthian Empire establishes the Sassanid Empire which quickly expands to fill the territorial space of th... more which quickly expands to fill the territorial space of the Parthian Empire(247 B.C.) Parthia (a region in the northeast of modern day Iran) gains independence in a rebellion against the Seleucid Empire, eventually becoming t... more and to compete in…

A.D. 224

Parthian Empire Ends

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A.D. 244–311

Diocletian

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c. A.D. 246–330

Helena

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c. A.D. 250–325

Lactantius

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c. A.D. 256–336

Arius

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Died A.D. 257

Stephen Bishop of Rome

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A.D. 263–May 339

Eusebius of Caesarea

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A.D. 265

Jin Empire (China)

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c. A.D. 272–337

Constantine

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Died A.D. 274

Felix Bishop of Rome

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c. A.D. 277–361

Mirian III

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c. A.D. 280–355

Donatus

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A.D. 286

Division of Roman Empire

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