Old Testament (from Genesis to Malachi)

Genesis to Malachi

You will write a 1500–2500-word paper that describes in narrative form a timeline of events through the Old Testament. (Genesis to Malachi). This timeline narrative must include important people, events, and dates, describing these chronologically through the period of creation to the post-exilic period (roughly 400 BC).

The timeline must give special attention to dates and events that are significant to a study of the Old Testament. The assignment must include Scripture references that correspond to the people, events, and dates described in the narrative.

Additionally, while focusing on Old Testament history, the narrative must include relevant correlation to ancient Near Eastern dates, events, and figures (especially as these impact the Old Testament). You should consult and cite sources other than the Bible for this assignment.

However, it is important that you do not simply reproduce another Old Testament timeline; the narrative description of Old Testament history reflected by this assignment must be original work.

The following is a suggested layout of subheadings/divisions to mark out the timeline narrative. However, you may take liberty in adapting or augmenting these divisions as desired.

Creation/primeval history
The Patriarchal Period
Egyptian Bondage and Exodus
The Conquest and Period of the Judges
United Monarchy
The Divided Kingdom through the Pre-Exilic Period
Exile
The Post-Exilic Period

Old Testament Genesis to Malachi

Prior to the final submission of the Old Testament timeline narrative at the close of Module/Week 6, you will submit a rough draft on the timeline narrative in Module/Week 4 for a grade of 50 points.

This draft does not need to be complete or completely clean, although substantial effort must be reflected in the quality of work and research. The rough draft must reflect the basic content and requirements of the assignment through the Period of the Exodus.

It must also reflect research material and the basic elements of the assignment, including Old Testament people, events, and dates, along with corresponding Scripture references and correlation to relevant Egyptian and ancient Near Eastern history.

The purpose of this submission is to allow the instructor to suggest recommendations prior to the final/full submission of the timeline narrative assignment

Last Updated on February 11, 2019 by EssayPro