"The Complete Book of When and Where: In the Bible and Throughout History" are more accurate I cannot trust Logos timeline Main bible events not rearranged For example Stephan's death : AD 35 Paul's conversion : Circa 33...(according to ISBE) Timeline does not have reliable historical backbone
- Googled "where does Logos get their timeline data from?" And found this page for the dataset haha. I'd like to review their references too Just saw Enoch dated extremely late on the timeline 60something to 100 A. D., and without being able to check why they disagree with the dating of qumran fragments and Oxford historians, etc, I'm not completely sure I can trust dates from their timeline either. I do like that they have "early" and "late" dates of some things that many people know are debated. But it's trying that they just assert with a simple point on a timeline something which seems to fly in the face of the idea of a much longer manuscript history. Does anyone know if there is a place where they cite their sources and explain their dates?