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Godhead (Bible) as "Parent" of Yahweh, Jesus, and Holy Spirit.

The Godhead is a construct to help illustrate the concept of the Trinity. The Godhead represents the unified nature of God, whle the Persons of the Father (Yahweh), Son (Books of the Bible), and Holy Spirit represent the distinct aspect it is revealed through. These person, while show as "children/descendants", this is only due to a limitation in presentation. The three Persons are inherently part of the Godhead in Nature, while distinct from each other in person.

The Person of Jesus has the most complicated connections here, in his incarnate form, he is truely the son of Mary, as he was conceived in her womb, and was born to her. He is the legal (but not biological) son of Joseph, since he had no relations with her until after Jesus was born. These are the primary relations followed in this Genealogy. In addition Jesus (in the Incarnation) could be thought of as descended from the Holy Spirit as the record describes the Holy Spirit as "coming upon" Mary to produce the child (I presume in a meta-physical nature). Jesus, even as pre-Incarnate, is also part of the Godhead.

Creation

In the Beginning God (as reprented as Lord God Yahwah (Bible), Holy Spirit and Jesus) created the whole world in 6 days.1
Adam (Gen), son of Lord God Yahwah (Bible), was born 0 AC / 4245 BC in the Garden of Eden ; Made by God from dirt on the sixth day.2
Eve (Gen), daughter of Lord God Yahwah (Bible), was born 0 AC / 4245 BC in the Garden of Eden ; Made from a rib of Adam.3
Cain (Gen 4), son of Adam (Gen) and Eve (Gen), was born before 130 AC near Eden.4
Abel (Gen 4), son of Adam (Gen) and Eve (Gen), was born before 130 AC.5
Enoch (Gen 4), son of Cain (Gen 4), was born in Nod.6
Abel (Gen 4) died before 130 AC / 4115 BC.7
Seth (Gen 4-5), son of Adam (Gen) and Eve (Gen), was born 0130 AC / 4115 BC; When Adam was 130.8
Enosh (Gen 5), son of Seth (Gen 4-5), was born 0235 AC / 4010 BC; Seth @ 105.9
Kenan (Gen 5), son of Enosh (Gen 5), was born 0325 AC / 3920 BC; Enosh @ 90.10
Mahalalel (Gen 5), son of Kenan (Gen 5), was born 0395 AC / 3850 BC; Kenan @ 70.11
Jarad (Gen 5), son of Mahalalel (Gen 5), was born 0460 AC / 3785 BC; Maalalel @ 65.12
Lamech (Gen 4), son of Methushael (Gen 4), married Adah (Gen 4).13
Lamech (Gen 4), son of Methushael (Gen 4), married Zillah (Gen 4).13
Enoch (Gen 5), son of Jarad (Gen 5), was born 0622 AC / 3623 BC; Jarad @ 162.14
Methuselah (Gen 5), son of Enoch (Gen 5), was born 0687 AC / 3558 BC; Enoch @ 65.15
Lamech (Gen 5), son of Methuselah (Gen 5), was born 0874 AC / 3371 BC; Methuselah @ 187.16
Enoch (Gen 5) died Taken away to be with God @365 0987 AC / 3258 BC.17
Seth (Gen 4-5) died 1042 AC / 3203 BC @ Age 912.18
Noah (Gen 5-9), son of Lamech (Gen 5), was born 1056 AC / 3189 BC; Lamech @ 182.19
Enosh (Gen 5) died 1140 AC / 3105 BC @ 905.20
Kenan (Gen 5) died 1235 AC / 3010 BC @ 910.21
Mahalalel (Gen 5) died 1290 AC / 2955 BC @ 895.21
Jarad (Gen 5) died 1422 AC / 2823 BC @ 962.22
Japheth (Gen 5-10), son of Noah (Gen 5-9), was born 1556 AC / 2689 BC; Noah @ 500.23
Shem (Gen 5-11), son of Noah (Gen 5-9), was born 1559 AC / 2686 BC; Two years after the flood when Shem was 100 years old. Flood was when Noah was 600, so Shem was born when Noah was 502.24
Ham (Gen 5-10), son of Noah (Gen 5-9), was born after 1559 AC / 2686 BC; Youngest Son of Noah, from Genesis 9:24.25,26
Lamech (Gen 5) died 1651 AC / 2594 BC @ 777.27
Methuselah (Gen 5) died 1656 AC / 2589 BC @ 969.28

The Flood
Noah (Gen 5-9) with Ham (Gen 5-10), Japheth (Gen 5-10) and Shem (Gen 5-11) survived the great flood of 1656 AC / 2589 BC in the ark he built.29
Arpahaxad (Gen 10-11), son of Shem (Gen 5-11), was born 1659 AC / 2586 BC; Shem @ 100.30
Cainan (Gen 10), son of Arpahaxad (Gen 10-11), was born 1694 AC / 2551 BC; Arphaxad @ 35.31
Shelah, son of Cainan (Gen 10), was born 1824 AC / 2421 BC; Cainan @ 130.32
Eber, son of Shelah, was born 1854 AC / 2391 BC; Shelah @ 30.33
Peleg, son of Eber, was born 1888 AC / 2357 BC; Eber @ 34.34
Reu (Gen 11), son of Peleg, was born 1918 AC / 2357 BC; Peleg @ 30.35
Serug (Gen 11), son of Reu (Gen 11), was born 1950 AC / 2295 BC; Reu @ 32.36
Nahor (Gen 11:22-25), son of Serug (Gen 11), was born 1980 AC / 2265 BC; Serug @ 30.37
Terah (Gen 11), son of Nahor (Gen 11:22-25), was born 2009 AC / 2236 BC; Nahor @ 29.38
Abram (אַבְרָם) (Genesis), son of Terah (Gen 11), was born 2079 AC / 2166 BC Ur of the Chaldeans ; Terah @ 70.39
Isaac (יִצְחָק) (Gen 21-35), son of Abram (אַבְרָם) (Genesis) and Sarai (Gen 11-25), was born 2179 AC / 2066 BC; Abram @ 100.40
Jacob (יַעֲקֹב) (Gen 25-50), son of Isaac (יִצְחָק) (Gen 21-35) and Rebekah (Gen 22-27), was born 2239 AC / 2006 BC; Isaac @ 60.41
Boaz (Ruth), son of Salmon and Rahab (Mathew 1), married Ruth (Ruth 1), daughter of Moabites +6.
King Saul (1 Sam) became King of Israel @ age 30 1050 BC.
King David, son of Jesse (אִישַׁי) and (?) (wife of King Nahash and Jesse), was born 1040 BC.42
King David became King of Judah 1010 BC.
Ish-Bosheth became King of Israel 1010 BC replacing King Saul (1 Sam).43
King David became King of Israel 7 Years, 6 Months after becoming King over Judah. Reigned for 33 years. 1003 BC replacing Ish-Bosheth.44
King Absalom of Israel (2 Sam) became King of Israel (by coup) replacing King David.45
King David became King of Israel (restored.)46
King Solomon (שְׁלֹמֹה), son of King David and Bathsheba, was born 991 BC in Jerusalem.47
King Rehoboam, son of King Solomon (שְׁלֹמֹה) and Naamah, was born 971 BC.48
King Solomon (שְׁלֹמֹה) became King of Israel 970 BC replacing King David.
King Rehoboam became King of Judah 930 BC replacing King Solomon (שְׁלֹמֹה).49
King Jeroboam became King of Israel 930 BC replacing King Solomon (שְׁלֹמֹה).50
King Abijah (אֲבִיָּה) became King of Judah 913 BC replacing King Rehoboam.49
King Asa became King of Judah 910 BC replacing King Abijah (אֲבִיָּה).49
King Nadab became King of Israel 909 BC replacing King Jeroboam.50
King Baasha became King of Israel 908 BC replacing King Nadab.51
King Jehoshaphat (יְהֹושָׁפָט), son of King Asa and Azubah, was born 907 BC.52
King Elah became King of Israel 886 BC replacing King Baasha.49
King Zimri became King of Israel For 7 Days 885 BC replacing King Elah.49
King Tibni became King of Israel 885 BC replacing King Zimri sharing with King Omri (1 Kings 16).49
King Omri (1 Kings 16) became King of Israel 885 BC replacing King Zimri sharing with King Tibni.49
King Jehoram, son of King Jehoshaphat (יְהֹושָׁפָט), was born 880 BC.53
King Ahab became King of Israel 874 BC replacing King Omri (1 Kings 16).49
King Jehoshaphat (יְהֹושָׁפָט) became King of Judah 872 BC sharing with King Asa.49
King Ahaziah became King of Israel 853 BC replacing King Ahab.49
King Joash, son of King Ahaziah and Zibiah (2 Kings 12), was born 842 BC.
King Joram became King of Israel 852 BC replacing King Ahaziah.49
King Jehoram became King of Judah 848 BC replacing King Jehoshaphat (יְהֹושָׁפָט).49 King Jehoram and Books of the Bible was replaced as King of Judah by King Ahaziah 841 BC.49
Queen Athaliah became Queen of Judah 841 BC replacing King Ahaziah.49
King Jehu became King of Israel 841 BC replacing King Joram.49
King Amaziah, son of King Joash and Jehoaddin (2 Kings 14), was born 821 BC. Queen Athaliah and Books of the Bible was replaced as King of Judah by King Joash 814 BC.49
King Jehoahaz became King of Israel 814 BC replacing King Jehu.49
King Jehoash became King of Israel 798 BC replacing King Jehoahaz.49 King Joash and Books of the Bible was replaced as King of Judah by King Amaziah 796 BC.49
King Jeroboam became King of Israel 793 BC sharing with King Jehoash.49 Books of the Bible was replaced as King of Judah by King Uzziah (2 Chron 26) 792 BC.49
King Jotham (יׄותָם), son of King Uzziah (2 Chron 26) and Jerusha (2 Kings 15), was born 775 BC.
King Ahaz, son of King Jotham (יׄותָם), was born 755 BC. King Jeroboam and Books of the Bible was replaced as King of Israel by King Zechariah 753 BC.49
King Shallum became King of Israel 752 BC replacing King Zechariah.49
King Menahem became King of Israel 752 BC replacing King Shallum sharing with King Pekah.49
King Pekah became King of Israel 752 BC replacing King Shallum sharing with King Menahem.49
King Jotham (יׄותָם) became King of Judah 750 BC sharing with King Uzziah (2 Chron 26).49
King Pekahiah became King of Israel 742 BC replacing King Menahem sharing with King Pekah.49
King Hezekiah (חִזְקִיָּה), son of King Ahaz and Abijah (2 Kings 18, 2 Chron 29), was born 740 BC.
King Ahaz became King of Judah 735 BC sharing with King Jotham (יׄותָם).49
King Hoshea became King of Israel 20th of Jotham & 12th of Ahaz 732 BC replacing King Pekah.49
King Hezekiah (חִזְקִיָּה) became King of Judah 715 BC replacing King Ahaz.49
King Manasseh, son of King Hezekiah (חִזְקִיָּה) and Hephzibah , 2 Kings 21, was born 709 BC.
King Manasseh became King of Judah 697 BC sharing with King Hezekiah (חִזְקִיָּה).49
King Amon, son of King Manasseh and Meshullemeth (2 Kings 21), was born 664 BC.
King Amon became King of Judah 642 BC replacing King Manasseh.49
King Josiah (יׄאשִׁיָּה) became King of Judah (at Age 8 for 31 Year) 640 BC replacing King Amon.54,49
King Jehoiakim, son of King Josiah (יׄאשִׁיָּה) and Zebidah (2 Kings 23), was born 634 BC.
King Jehoiachin, son of King Jehoiakim and Nehusta (2 Kings 24), was born 616 BC.
King Jehoiakim became King of Judah 609 BC replacing King Jehoahaz.49 Return to Israel

Zerubbabel (1 Chron 3) leads many Jews in returning to Israel.
CHRONOLOGY

Dating the Birth of Jesus
While we have no definative date given to determine when Jesus was born, we do have some events to give us an estimate.

1) From the Nativity accounts, we are told that Jesus was born during the reigh of King Herod I "the Great" of Judea (Ἡρώδης) (Mt 2), who is generally agreed to have died about 4 BC.

2) From the start of his ministry. Luke 3:23 states that Jesus was 'about 30 years old' when he started is ministry. Luke 3:1 says that John "The Baptist" (Gospel) started his ministry "In the fifteenth year of the reign of Emperor Tiberius Caesar" , which was about 28-29 AD. We also get a similar date from John 2:20, which implies that it was the 46th year of the construction of the Temple, which also indicates a date of about 27-29 AD.

3) One point that goes against this dating is Luke's mention of the Census of Quirinius, which is about a decade later, about 6 AD. This dating does not match the descriptions of the start of Jesus' ministry. Luke may be in error here, or it is possible (but there is no know good evidence of) there were some earlier census that was being refered to.

Date the Death of Jesus
We also have no definative date for the death of Jesus, but do have some events to give us an estimate.

1) Trial by Pilate: Pilate was govenor of Judea from AD 26 to either AD 36 or AD37

2) Trial by Herod Antipas, must be before AD 39

3) Conversion of Paul: using various datings of the events in Pauls life it is generally estimated that Paul was converted betweeh 33 and 36 AD.

4) Based on a Friday crucifixion at the time of Passover, several possible dates: 11 April AD 27, 7 April AD 30, 3 April AD 33, and 23 April AD 34. The first and last are likely outside the reasonable window.

5) There was a partial Lunar Eclipse visable in Jerusalem at sunset on 3 April AD 33, and there could be references to that.

Chronology

Birth-15 Months:
* Gabriell comes to Zechariah and tells him he will have a son, and his wife Elizabeth becomes pregnant.
Birth -9 Months (6 months after above)
* Gabriel visits Mary, tells her she will give birth to Jesus, and she become pregnant by the Holy Spirit.
* Mary goes to visit Elizabeth
Birth - 6 Months
* John "The Baptist" (Gospel) is born to Elizabeth
* Mary return home (might happen shortly before birth of John)
* Joseph discovers Mary is pregnant and decides to quietly put her away
* Angel talks to Joseph, explains what is happening
* Joseph takes Mary home (completing the marriage)
Shortly before the Birth
* Joseph and Mary leave Nazareth to go to Bethlehem for the census

* Jesus is Born
* That night, Angels announce this to the Shepards, who come to visit
* Jesus is presented at the Temple on the 8th day, where Simeon and Anna recognized Jesus.
Some time later
* Magi from the East come to Jerusalem asking about the new King.
* They are sent to Bethlehem, where the visit with Jesus and give gifts.
* They leave by another path.
* Joseph and Mary are warned to excape to Egypt
* Herod realizes the Magi didn't return, so orders the killing of all boys under two years old

About March 4 BC
* Herod dies
* Joseph and Mary are told it is safe so return to Judea, to Nazareth.

Birth + 12 Years
* Jesus stays behind at the Temple at Passover

Fifteenth Year of Emperor Tiberius Caesar (about AD 28)
* John "The Baptist" (Gospel) starts his ministry
* Jesus begin preaching (with a reference to the Temple having been under construction for 46 years, putting this at about AD 29.)55

Jesus, son of Joseph (Ἰωσήφ) (Gospel) and Mary (Gospel), was born c 6 BC in Bethleham, Judea; One theory, based on astrologically significant events places it at about April 17, 6 BC.56,57

Books of the Bible can be divided into:

 
Children

Gospels can be divided into:

 
Children

History New Testement can be divided into:

 
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The Apocalypse can be divided into:

 
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Citations

  1. [S3] International Bible Society, editor, The Holy Bible, New International Version (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1984), Genesis 1:1-27. Hereinafter cited as NIV.
  2. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 2:7.
  3. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 2:22.
  4. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Genesis 4:1.
  5. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Genesis 4:2.
  6. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Genesis 4:17.
  7. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 4:8.
  8. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:3.
  9. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:6.
  10. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:9.
  11. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:12.
  12. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:15.
  13. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 4:19.
  14. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:18.
  15. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:21.
  16. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:25.
  17. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:23.
  18. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:8.
  19. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:28.
  20. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:11.
  21. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:14.
  22. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:19.
  23. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:32.
  24. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:10.
  25. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Genesis 5:32.
  26. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Genesis 9:24.
  27. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:31.
  28. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:27.
  29. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 6-8.
  30. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Genesis 11:10.
  31. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:2-13 Footnote.
  32. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:12-13 Footnote.
  33. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:14.
  34. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:16.
  35. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:18.
  36. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Geb 11:20.
  37. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:22.
  38. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:24.
  39. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:26.
  40. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 21:1-7.
  41. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 25:26.
  42. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 2 Sameul 5:4.
  43. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 2 Sam 2:8-9.
  44. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 2 Sam 5:3-5.
  45. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 2 Sam 15.
  46. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 2 Sam 19:22.
  47. [S24] Kenneth Barker, editor, The NIV Study Bible, New International Version (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Corporation, 1985), Introduction to 1 Samuel . Hereinafter cited as NIV Study Bible.
  48. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 1 Kings 14:21.
  49. [S24] NIV Study Bible, pg 502-503.
  50. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 1 Kings 22:42.
  51. [S24] NIV Study Bible, page 502-503.
  52. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 1 King 22:42.
  53. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 2 Kings 8:17.
  54. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, 2 Chron 34:1. @ Age 8.
  55. [S260] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org/, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_of_birth_of_Jesus
  56. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:6-7.
  57. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Matthew 1:25.