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c.650 B.C. - Nahum preaches to Ninevah . They do not repent. c.640-615 B.C. - Habakkuk is written c.640 - 609 B.C. - The reforms of King Josiah. Zephaniah is written during this period. 627-586 B.C. - The ministry of Jeremiah

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C 650 b c nahum preaches to ninevah they do not repent

  • c.650 B.C. - Nahum preaches to Ninevah. They do not repent.

  • c.640-615 B.C. - Habakkuk is written

  • c.640 - 609 B.C. - The reforms of King Josiah. Zephaniah is written during this period.

  • 627-586 B.C. - The ministry of Jeremiah

  • 605 B.C. - The Babylonian conquest of Judah begins. Daniel is exiled, and serves in the Babylonian king's court.

  • 597 B.C. - Ezekial is exiled to Babylon and begins his prophetic ministry, which lasts at least 23 years

  • 586 B.C. - The fall of Jerusalem and the beginning of the Babylonian captivity. The event is commemorated in Lamentations. Obadiah writes his prophesy against the Edomites, who had helped Babylon against the Israelites.


C 650 b c nahum preaches to ninevah they do not repent

  • 538 B.C. - The people of Judah begin their return from exile in Babylon. Soon thereafter, 1 and 2 Chronicles is written, covering the history of Judah for the previous 500 years.

  • 515 B.C. - The temple is rebuilt, at the urging of Haggai and Zechariah. Malachi writes shortly thereafter.

  • 480 B.C. - Esther, a Jewish exile in Persia, becomes queen of the Persian Empire

  • 458 B.C. - Another group of exiles returns, led by Ezra

  • 445 B.C. - The last group of exiles returns with Nehemiah, and they rebuild the wall of Jerusalem


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