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Timeline of New Testament in the First Century

                                         Timeline of New Testament in the First Century

 

26-30 A.D. —Jesus began His ministry

 

30-33 A.D. —Jesus’ resurrection, ascension to heaven, and Pentecost 

 

45-48 A.D. —First letters of the New Testament written (James, Galatians)

 

46-57 A.D. —Paul’s three missionary journeys recorded in Acts

 

49-51 A.D. —the Jerusalem church council of Acts 15 on the means of salvation, Paul 

wrote First and Second Thessalonians

 

54-68 A.D. —Nero’s reign as Emperor of Rome

 

60-67 A.D. —the Synoptic Gospels written by Matthew, Mark, Luke

 

60-62 A.D.—Paul wrote the Prison Epistles from Rome (Ephesians, Philippians, 

Colossians, Philemon)

64-66 A. D.—1 and 2 Peter were written, Hebrews was written, Roman Emperor 

Nero begins intense persecution of the Church

 

67 A.D. —Peter and Paul martyred in Rome

 

70 A.D. —Rome destroyed Jerusalem and the Temple

 

85-90 A.D. —Gospel of John written

 

90 A.D. —Epistles of John written

 

95-96 A.D. —Revelation written by John

About the Author: Charlie Taylor
About the Author: Charlie Taylor

Charlie Taylor grew up in Dallas, Texas, graduated from the University of Texas Business School and went into the commercial real estate business for about twenty years before enrolling in and graduating from Dallas Theological Seminary with honors.

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