Heidegger's Bible Handbook: Genesis: The Chronology of Genesis



5. The Chronology of Genesis is interwoven. As far as Chronology is concerned, this book covers the history of about two thousand and three hundred years. For from the beginning of the world to the flood there were one thousand, six hundred and fifty-six years; thence unto the calling of Abraham, four hundred and twenty-seven years; from the calling of Abraham to the descent into Egypt, two hundred and fifteen years; thence unto the death of Joseph, seventy-one years: and so there were two thousand, three hundred and sixty-nine years. Of this Chronology of Genesis we have exhibited a fuller demonstration in Historia Patriarcharum.


Dr. Dilday's Lecture: "After Eden... (Part 1)"



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