Biblical dating vs modern dating


Those who advocate a revision of orthodox Egyptian chronology are admittedly in the minority, but their credentials and scholarship are highly esteemed. David Rohl, author of Test of Time , suggests ‘Ramses II should be dated to the tenth century BC —some three hundred and fifty years later than the date which had been assigned him in the orthodox chronology.’ 1 Peter James and four other scholars published the book Centuries of Darkness . 2 They claim that the dates of Egyptian dynasties need to be reduced by hundreds of years, specifically Dynasties 21–24. Dr Colin Renfrew, professor of archaeology at Cambridge University, wrote a foreword to this book:


Biblical dating vs modern dating

Biblical dating vs modern dating