CHRISTIANITY

Church history can not be faked. "Who does not know his ancient history, will have difficulty to determine his course." There are so many facts about Christianity that every Christian, regardless of creed, should know. This will certainly contribute to a better view of the religious market and a more stable and balanced Christian life. We need spiritual leaders to equip Christians so that they can withstand all attacks of the devil. In recent years we see that Christians, through lack of knowledge, do not even know what Christianity means. This website is intended for Christians to get out of their ignorance. Look at the progress of the church history you will have more appreciation for the reformers and fighters of the first hour. You will believe that you have in Christ is great and encourage others to do better to serve Christ. Self-criticism will be more important than criticizing others. In the life with God there is room for only two. No less and no more: You and Jesus alone!

Pray for us that we demonstrate the faith and self-denial that these brothers and sisters in church history had been able to demonstrate.

The Lord says in Hosea 4:6: "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge."

The history of Christianity

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Israel, the Palestinians and the Middle East Conflict

History of the Israeli-Arab Conflict

The controversy regarding the conflict begins for some people to question where their history begins, or how far you should go back in the history of the region to fully understand a lot to gain. Some Israelis prefer to start a few thousand years ago, when God promised the Jews the holy land and led them here. Some Palestinians prefer to start at the Nakba, or catastrophe, as their decisive defeat and the expulsion and flight of about 700,000 Palestinians in the 1948 war call.
We let the Biblical history for what it is, and start position of the Jews in the Arab world and especially the efforts of European Jews to Palestine to return.
Palestine as a geographical unit, comprising the present-day Israel, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, has only existed since the British mandate. Under the Ottoman Empire was divided into several provinces, which are also the current territory of Jordan or Syria and Lebanon include. Where we before the British mandate over Palestine speak, we refer then also just a geographically defined area to participate, not a political entity.

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Biblical Historical Maps

Genesis
The peoples table - Gen. 10
The time of the Patriarchs - Gen. 12-50
The Call of Abraham - Gen. 11:27-12:9
Abraham in Canaan - Gen. 12:10 to 2:24 p.m.; Gen. 18-22
The journeys of Jacob - Gen. 28-33; 35
The travels of Joseph - Gen. 37; 39-46

Exodus

The exodus - Ex. 13:17-19:3
Kadesh-Barnea - Num. 14, 16, 20:1, 20:22-29, Deut. 1, 41-46
The exploration of the 12 spies - Num. 13:1-33, Num. 34:1-12
The royal road - Num. 9:22 p.m.
The journey from Kadesh Barnea to the Plains of Moab - Num. 20-21; 33:37-49, Deut. 1-2; Point. 11:12-28

Conquest and settlement in Canaan

The intake of the land of Canaan - Joshua. 3:10
Joshua's campaign in central and southern Canaan - Joshua. 1-10
Joshua's campaign in North Canaan - Joshua. 11:1-15
Boundaries of the conquered country and still had to be vanquished - Josh. 13:1-7, 15:63, 16:10; 17:11-18, Judges. 1:1-3:6

Distribution of land among the tribes - Josh. 13:8-19:49
The free cities and the Levites Cities - Josh. 20-21
The judges of Israel - Josh. 3:7-11, 3:12-30, 3:31, 4:1-5:31, 6:1-8:27, 10:1-2, 10:3-5, 10:6-12: 7, 12:8-10, 12:11-12, 12:13-15, 13:1-16:31
Ehud and oppression of the Moabites - Aim. 3:12-10

Deborah's victory over the Canaanites - Aim. 4-5
Gideon's battles with the Amalekites - Aim. 6-8
Jephthah and the Ammonites - Aim. 10:6-12:7

Samson and the Philistines - Judges. 13-16
The battle of Eben-Ha → zer and the loss of the ark - 1 Sam. 4:1-7:2
The operation of the anointing of Samuel and Saul - 1 Sam. 7:15-17; 9:15-10:1
The kingdom of Saul and his wars - 1 Sam. 11, 13, 14; 14:47-48
David's flight from Saul - 1 Sam. 19:8-27:12

The kingdom of David and Solomon
, King David - 2 Sam. 2-6; 23:8-17, 1 Chr. 11-14
David's victories - 2 Sam. 5:17-22, 8:2, 8:3-12, 8:13-14, 10:1-13, 12:26-31, 1 Kgs. 11:14-18, 1 Chron. 18:1-1 2
The kingdom of David and Solomon - 1 Kings. 4:21-25
Solomon's economic activities - 1 Kgs. 5-10; 2 Chron. 1:14-17; 3-8, 9
Solomon's buildings - 1 Kgs. 6-7, 9:1-22, 2 Chron. 2-4; 8:1-12
The Temple of Solomon - 1Ki. 6-7, 2 Kgs. 11, 2 Chron. 3-4
Jerusalem at the time of David and Solomon - 2 Sam. 5:6-12, 24:18-25, 1 Chron. 11:4-9, 1 Kings. 5-7; 9:15; 2 Chron. 3-4

The kingdoms of Israel and Judah

The kingdoms of Israel and Judah - 1 Kings. 12
The campaign of Shishak and defensive lines - 1 Kgs. 14:25-28, 2 Chron. 11:5-12, 12:1-12

Conflicts between Israel and Aram (Damascus) - 1 Kings. 15:16-22, 20:1-34, 22:1-40, 2 Kings. 8:28-29, 10:32-37, 12:17-18, 13:1-3, Amos 1:3, 2 Chron. 16:1-6, 18:1-34

The royal Omri - 1 Kgs. 16:15-31, 20-22, 2 Kgs. 3:4-27
Tyre and Sidon - Ez. 26-28; Joel 3:4-8, Zech. 9:2-4, Matt. 11:21-22, Isa. 23:1-18; Luc. 10:13-14

Elijah and Elisha - 1 Kgs. 17-21, 2 Kgs. 1:1-4, 2:1-25; 4-9; 13:14-21
The revolt of Jehu - 1 Kgs. 9:1-10:31
Israel and Judah in the days of Jeroboam II and Uzziah - 2 Kings. 14:23-28, 2 Chron. 26, Amos 1:2-5, 1:6-8, 1:9-10, 1:11-12, 1:13-15, 2:1-3
The Assyrian Empire under Tiglatpileser III - 2 Kings. 15:17-20
Tiglatpileser of Aram and the fight against Jerusalem and Israel → l - 2 Kings. 16:5-16, Isa. 7, 2 Chron. 28:5-21

The campaigns of Tiglatpileser III and the areas Assyrian provinces - 2 Kings. 3:29 p.m.; 1 Chron. 5:6, 26
The fall of Samaria, the Assyrian captivity of the ten tribes - 2 Kings. 17:1-6, 17:24-34, 1 Chron. 5:26, Hos. 7:11; 12:1
The Assyrian Districts after the fall of Samaria - 2 Kings. 17:24-41
The occurrence of the prophets Amos, Hosea, Micah and Isaiah - 2 Kings. 17:24-41

Judah - only the two tribes
, the reign of Hezekiah - 1 Kgs. 18:1-8, 20:12-20, 1 Chron. 4:39-42, 2 Chron. 32:1-8, 27-31
Hezekiah's Jerusalem - 1 Kgs. 20:12-20, 2 Chron. 27-32
Sennacherib invasion and retreat - 2 Kings. 6:13 p.m. to 7:37 p.m., 2 Chron. 32, Isa. 36-39
The Assyrian Empire - Nah. 3:8-10, 3:10-13, 2 Chron. 33:10-13
The rise of the Babylonian Empire - 2 Chron. 35:20-27, 2 Kgs. 23:29-30
The reign of Josiah - 2 Kings. 22-23; 2 Chron. 34-35
Nebuchadnezzar's campaigns against Judah - 2 Kings. 24:1-25:21, 2 Chron. 36:6-21, Jer. 39, 52; Obadiah. 10-14

The Babylonian captivity of the two tribes Judah during the exile - 2 Kings. 25:22-30, Jer. 39:11-44:30; 52:30
The Jewish exiles in Babylonia - 2 Kings. 24:10-16, 25:8-12, Jer. 52:28-34, Ez. 3:15; Ezra 2:59, 8:17
Jewish refugees in Egypt - 2 Kings. 25:25-26, Jer. 41-42; 44:1

The empires
the world empires - Dan. 2
The victories of Cyrus - Dan. 5:25-30, Jer. 25:11-12
The Persian Empire - Dan. 2, Isa. 45:1-8

The return of Jewish exiles to Judah - Ezra 1:2-4, 6:1-5, Ezra 1-8; Jer. 25:11-22, 29:10, Isa. 44:28, Neh. 1-3; 2 Chron. 36:22-23
Judah in the time of Nehemiah - Neh. 4-6; 13:4-9
The empire of Alexander the Great - Dan. 2:39, 8
The division of the empire of Alexander the Great - Dan. 8
Palestine under Ptolemy - Dan. 8
The empire of Seleucus and Antiochus - Dan. 8:9-12, 8:23-25
​​The campaigns of Antiochus IV against Egypt - Dan. 11
The emergence of the Roman Empire - Dan. 2:40; Luc. 2:1-3

The four Gospels
The Roman Empire in the days of Emperor Augustus - Dan. 2:40; Luc. 2:1-3
The kingdom of Herod the Great - Matt. 2:1; Luc. 1:5
Herod Antipas - Matt. 14:1, 3; Luc. 3:1, 19; 9:7, 1:31 p.m.; 23:7; Marc. 6:14
Archelaus - Matt. 2:22
Herod Philip - Luc. 3:1

Palestine at the time of Jesus

Palestine at the time of Jesus
Christus'geboorte and filiation - Matt. 1:18-23, 2, Luc. 1:26-56, 2:1-52
John the Baptist - Matt. 3:1-4:12; Luc. 3:1-23, 9:7-9; Marc. 1:4-14, 6:14-29, John. 1:6-8, 15-37; 3:22-24
Galilee at the time of Jesus - Matt. 4:12-25; Marc. 1:14-45, 2:1-17; Luc. 4:14-41, 5, 7:1-17, John. 1:35-52, 2:1-12
The service of the Lord Jesus around the Sea of Galilee - Matt. 5-7; 9:1-9; Marc. 1:21-34, 2:1-14, 4:35-41, 5:1-20, 6:45-52; Luc. 7:1-10, 9:12-17; Joh.6 :1-25

The service of the Lord Jesus around Galilee - Matt. 15:21-28, 16:13-20, 17:1-13; Marc. 7:24-37, 8:27-38, 9:1-13; Luc. 9:28-36, 18:22-35
the Lord Jesus travels from Galilee to Judea - Mt. 19:1; Luc. 9:51-56, 17:11-19, 18:31-19:9, John. 4:1-42, 10:40; 11:7
The Lord Jesus in Judea and Jerusalem - Luc. 4:44, 10:25-37, 18:4-19:28, John. 1:35-51, 3:22-24, 10:39-40
Jerusalem at the time of the NT - Matt. 11:37 p.m., John. 5:1-18, 9:1-41
Christ's suffering and crucifixion in Jerusalem - Mt. 26-27; Marc. 14-15 Luc. 22-23; Joh. 18-19

The Acts of the Apostles
The kingdom of Herod Agrippa I - Manual. 12:20-23
The kingdom of Herod Agrippa II - Hand. 15:1-41; Hand. 24-26
The Pentecost and the scattering of Israel - Hand. 2
The authority of Peter and Philip - Hand. 4-11
The Conversion of Paul and his first gig - Hand. 9:1-30, 11:19-30, 12:24-25, Gal. 1:11-24

The first missionary journey of Paul - Acts. 13:4-14:28
The second missionary journey of Paul - Acts. 3:36 p.m. to 6:32 p.m.
The third missionary journey of Paul - Acts. 6:23 p.m. to 9:26 p.m.
The arrest and imprisonment of Paul - Acts. 21:15-26:32
The journey of Paul to Rome - Acts. 27:1-28:31
The campaigns of Titus in 69-70 AD.

Revelation
The 7 churches of Revelation. 2-3 - Revelation. 1-3