Revolutionary Bible Accuracy

The Chronological Gospels reorganizes the events in the Messiah’s ministry recorded by Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and The Acts into chronological order, and also includes The Revelation accompanied by fascinating and informative commentary.


The 70-Week Ministry of the Messiah

The result of reorganizing the Gospel accounts into chronological order is a shocking, yet indisputable 70-week timeline from the moment of the Messiah’s baptism in water to the baptism of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost… a far cry from the incorrect assumption that his ministry was three-and-a-half years.

This centuries-old assumption has caused insurmountable confusion and contradiction among Bible scholars for more than 1,600 years – but disappears in The Chronological Gospels, giving way to crystal clear understanding and peace of mind that the Bible is, indeed, the inerrant Word of the LORD.


Day-by-Day Records of the Messiah’s Life

The Chronological Gospels is divided into more than 300 “events” allowing the reader to discover exactly what the Messiah was doing during any week of his ministry.

In certain circumstances, you can even see what he was doing on a day-by-day basis. In fact, many of the miracles he performed and even his birth, death, and resurrection can be pinpointed to the exact day that they happened — The Chronological Gospels really is that accurate!


How It Was Done

The secret to the accuracy of The Chronological Gospels is the feeding of the 5,000, the only miracle in the Messiah’s ministry recorded in all four Gospels.

Using this one common event as a marker in time, all other events before and after can be aligned with amazing accuracy, verified by extra-biblical sources including ancient Hebrew historical records, plus modern data from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the Israeli New Moon Society.

The result is a far more accurate, clear, and engaging play-by-play of Jesus’ life and ministry, which unfolds like a movie screenplay in The Chronological Gospels.


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