It may be surprising to many Christian and Jewish believers that there is great uncertainty in the scholarly community as to when the events of the Bible took place. Many well-meaning church leaders feel that we must be content to know that these events did occur even if we will never know exactly when they occurred. Increasing numbers of scholars turn this appeal to blind faith into an opportunity to question whether many of the events of the Bible actually occurred at all. They speculate that many of the stories of the Bible are perhaps best seen as metaphorical and were simply invented to illustrate certain Biblical truths. Did the events of the Bible actually take place, and, if they did, can we possibly determine exactly when they took place? The purpose of this book is to provide strong evidence that the answer to both of these questions is an emphatic yes Dr. Jerome Johnson has provided a very detailed research into the historicity and dating of the events in the scriptures. This book will provide a very good foundation of biblical timing in a way that is easy to understand for the average church attending believer, and yet rigorous enough for serious biblical study.