Biblical chronology

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Biblical chronology is a measure of time with the assumption that the stories and events within the Bible are historically accurate, as well as concurrent as they are presented.

The most famous attempt at Biblical chronology reconstruction was done by James Ussher, who, working from Genesis, put the date of creation at October 23, 4004 B.C.

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