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  • Sigrid Peterson
    Mar 21 12:25 AM
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      I'm responding to your thought that it had been done before. One scholar who has
      published a chronology of the Hebrew Bible in English was Samuel Sandmel, 45 or so
      years ago. His chronology can be found in <i>Hebrew Scriptures: An Introduction to
      Their Literature and Religious Ideas</i>, which is still in print, on Amazon. You
      can read the chronological order of the books originally in Hebrew in the Amazon
      feature "Search Inside this Book." It starts out

      Amos
      Hosea
      Isaiah (First Isaiah)
      Micah
      Zephaniah
      Nahum
      Habakkuk
      Jeremiah
      Ezekiel
      Second Isaiah

      and so forth. Along with his chronology, and the reasons for it, the chapters
      provide a sort of vade mecum about each of the books. Esther comes last.

      This is a chronological order, rather than a canonical order, so it is neither
      Jewish nor Christian, other than applying only to the Hebrew books--except for
      Sirach, which collates with the Greek books.

      Sigrid Peterson petersig@...


      > Thank you very much Jed
      > I didn't realize this had to be worked out, I assumed it had been done =
      > before, and was a matter of knowing where to find. I will incorporate your =
      > chronological list and any corrections that pop up, into my list. I sent ou=
      > t the chronological 66 books last year (its about to end and start again in=
      > a few more weeks, we are in Hebrews now) and I tried to squeeze some of th=
      > e Apocrypha books in, but I just wasn't sure exactly where to put them. For=
      > example I guessed that the Wisdom of Solomon was at the start of his kings=
      > hip when he was still right with God, before his wives got to him. I think =
      > sending out the Bible in this way made it much easier, and more fun for fir=
      > st time readers to follow. I remember the confusion I had my first time thr=
      > ough, just reading it from cover to cover. I really don't know why the list=
      > has MMLJ in that order, I know that there are events in some of the Gospel=
      > s that are not found in the others, and so one could figure out, or try to =
      > figure out,
      > when these events happened and dovetail them into a chronological order. S=
      > o for repeat events in all four of the Gospels one could just list them all=
      > at the same time until unique events occur in one of the four and squeeze =
      > it in the list at the right place.=20
      >
      > In his Word
      > Sean
      >
      > ----- Original Message ----
      > From: "Wyrick, Jed" <jwyrick@...>
      > To: lxx@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 11:32:13 AM
      > Subject: Re: [lxx] Chronological Order of the lxx
      >
      > Dear Sean,
      > =20
      > From a scholar=92s perspective, this list is interesting but bizarre. For=
      > instance, no one could agree about the =93era=94 of Job in antiquity=97it =
      > could go somewhat later than it=92s here, say after Numbers. Also, why doe=
      > s it have the Gospels in the MMLJ order, when if you take the ascriptions l=
      > iterally, John was of an earlier generation than Luke and Mark? It seems t=
      > he NT is less ordered than the OT. I=92ll leave out the fact that scholars=
      > typically want to list books in the order of their composition, not the or=
      > der of the periods that the books depict or that they claim to have been co=
      > mposed=97but I guess that=92s exactly what makes this ordered list interest=
      > ing.
      > =20
      > In any event, what you want is to stick in the books of the Septuagint in =
      > the order below. I took this as a bit of a challenge=97anyway, maybe some =
      > readers want to refine what I=92ve started?
      > =20
      > Jed Wyrick
      > Dept. of Religious Studies
      > California State University, Chico
      > =20
      > =20
      > =20
      > =20
      > 1. Wisdom of Solomon (during Solomon=92s life=97it might therefore have be=
      > en considered sometime prior to the work of his old age, Ecclesiastes)
      > 2. Letter of Jeremiah (immediately after book of Jeremiah and I guess afte=
      > r Lamentations)
      > 3. Barukh (after Letter of Jeremiah and Book of Jeremiah both)
      > 4. Prayer of Azariah (between Dan. 3:23 and 3:24 )
      > 5. Susanna (goes just after Daniel 12, the end of Daniel)
      > 6. Bel and the Dragon (just after Susanna)
      > 7. Tobit (Ninevah after end of Northern Kingdom in 722; Tobit depicts itse=
      > lf as written in the Babylonian Exile, so I=92d put it after Daniel, but Ni=
      > nevah was destroyed in 612 BCE, so events described are earlier)
      > 8. Judith (set after end of Babylonian Captivity, usually 538 BCE but befo=
      > re death of Nebuchadnezzar in 562 BCE; so insert maybe after Tobit)
      > 9. Additions to Esther (insert in appropriate places in Esther 10-16)
      > 10. 1 Ezra (=3D 1 Esdras [English Bible] or III Esdras in the Vulgate) (a =
      > history that covers Josiah=92s Passover in 622 BCE up to Ezra=92s reading o=
      > f the law in Neh. 8:12=97so it goes after Nehemiah I guess, unless you brea=
      > k it up)
      > =20
      > The following would be at the very end of the OT:
      > =20
      > 11. Sirach (Ecclesiasticus) (deals with the period up to ca. 200 BCE)
      > 12. 1 Maccabees (covers period 175- 135/4 BCE)
      > 13. 2 Maccabees (covers period 171-161 BCE)=20
      > =20
      > You could do 1 and 2 Macc. like this: (I think this would work for your p=
      > urposes, but it=92s just my first try)
      > 1 Macc 1-2
      > 2 Macc. 1-4:6
      > 1 Macc 3-6:16
      > 2 Macc 4:7-10:9
      > 1 Macc 6:17-7:50
      > 2 Macc 10:10-15:39
      > 1 Macc. 8-16
      > =20
      > =20
      > =20
      > =20
      > From: Sean Rhoades <rhoadess@yahoo. com>
      > Reply-To: <lxx@yahoogroups. com>
      > Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2007 06:18:40 -0700 (PDT)
      > To: <lxx@yahoogroups. com>
      > Subject: Re: [lxx] Chronological Order of the lxx
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      > Hi Bill=20
      > I am looking for something more like the following list but with the o=
      > ther books that we find in the Greek Septuagint added, I suppose I could gu=
      > ess where they go but I am sure there must be one out there:
      > Chronological Order of Old Testament=20=20=20
      > Genesis 1 - 22
      > Job
      > Genesis 23 - 50
      > Exodus
      > Psalm 90
      > Leviticus
      > Numbers
      > Deuteronomy
      > Psalm 91
      > Joshua
      > Judges
      > Ruth
      > I Samuel 1 - 16:13
      > Psalm 23
      > I Samuel 16:14 - 19:11
      > Psalm 59
      > I Samuel 19:12 - 21:15
      > Psalms 34, 56
      > I Samuel 22:1, 2
      > Psalms 57, 142
      > I Samuel 22:3-23
      > Psalm 52
      > I Samuel 23
      > Psalms 54, 63
      > I Samuel 24 - 31
      > II Samuel 1 - 7
      > Psalm 30
      > II Samuel 8:1-14
      > Psalm 60
      > II Samuel 8:15 - 12:14
      > Psalms 51, 32
      > II Samuel 12:15 - 15:37
      > Psalms 3, 69
      > II Samuel 16 - 20
      > Psalms 64, 70
      > II Samuel 21, 22
      > Psalm 18
      > II Samuel 23, 24
      > Psalms 4 - 9, 11 - 17, 19 - 22, 24 - 29, 31, 35 - 41, 53, 55, 58, 61, 6=
      > 2,
      > Psalms 65, 68, 72, 86, 101, 103, 108 - 110, 138 - 141, 143 - 145
      > I Kings 1 - 4
      > Proverbs
      > Song of Solomon
      > I Kings 5 - 11
      > Ecclesiastes
      > I Kings 12 - 22
      > II Kings 1 - 14:25
      > Jonah
      > II Kings 14:26-29
      > Amos
      > II Kings 15 - 25
      > Psalms 1, 2, 10, 33, 43, 66, 67, 71, 89, 92 - 100,=20
      > Psalms 102, 104 - 106, 111 - 125, 127 - 136, 146 - 150
      > I Chronicles 1 - 16
      > Psalms 42, 44 - 50, 73 - 85, 87, 88
      > I Chronicles 17 - 29
      > II Chronicles 1 - 21
      > Obadiah
      > II Chronicles 22
      > Joel
      > II Chronicles 23 - 26:8
      > Isaiah 1 - 5
      > II Chronicles 26:9 - 23
      > Isaiah 6
      > II Chronicles 27 - 32
      > Isaiah 7 - 66
      > Hosea
      > Micah
      > Nahum
      > II Chronicles 33, 34
      > Zephaniah
      > II Chronicles 35
      > Habakkuk
      > Jeremiah 1 - 6, 11, 12, 26, 7 - 10, 14 - 20, 35, 36, 45, 25, 46 - 49,
      > Jeremiah 13, 22 - 24, 27 - 29, 50, 51, 30 - 33, 21, 34, 37 - 39, 52, 40=
      > - 44
      > Lamentations
      > II Chronicles 36:1 - 8
      > Daniel
      > II Chronicles 36:9 - 21
      > Psalm 137
      > Ezekiel
      > II Chronicles 36:22, 23
      > Ezra 1 - 5:1
      > Haggai
      > Zechariah
      > Psalms 107, 126
      > Ezra 5:2 - 6:22
      > Esther
      > Ezra 7 - 10
      > Nehemiah
      > Malachi=20
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      > =20=20
      > Chronological Order of New Testament=20=20=20
      > =20=20
      > =20=20=20=20=20
      > =20=20
      > Matthew
      > Mark
      > Luke
      > John
      > Acts 1 - 14
      > James
      > Acts 15
      > Galatians
      > Acts 16
      > Philippians
      > Acts 17:1 - 10
      > I Thessalonians
      > II Thessalonians
      > Acts 17:11 - 18:11
      > I Corinthians
      > II Corinthians
      > Acts 18:12 - 20:1
      > Ephesians
      > Romans
      > Acts 20:2 - 28:30
      > Colossians
      > Hebrews
      > Titus
      > Philemon
      > I Timothy
      > II Timothy
      > I Peter
      > II Peter
      > I John
      > II John
      > III John
      > Jude
      > The Revelation=20=20
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      > From: Bill Ross <BillRoss@norisksoft ware.com>
      > To: lxx@yahoogroups. com
      > Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 7:58:40 AM
      > Subject: Re: [lxx] Chronological Order of the lxx
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      > The order of the LXX is the same as the Catholic/! Protestant Bibles, whic=
      > h is different from the Massoretic, which is the order used in Jewish Bib=
      > les.
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      > Dear lxx group
      > I am going to be sending out the lxx this year over e-mail to some =
      > friends, so as to get through it in a year, I would like to know if ther=
      > e is a table with the lxx in chronological order? If anyone can direct m=
      > e too a site I would be very grateful, I did a search and couldn't find =
      > one on the lxx although I did find one on the 66 books of the Bible.=20
      > =20
      > In his Word
      > Sean=20
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      > <div style=3D"font-family:times new roman, new york, times, serif;font-size=
      > :14pt">Thank you very much Jed<br>    I didn't realize this =
      > had to be worked out, I assumed it had been done before, and was a matter o=
      > f knowing where to find. I will incorporate your chronological list and any=
      > corrections that pop up, into my list. I sent out the chronological 66 boo=
      > ks last year (its about to end and start again in a few more weeks, we are =
      > in Hebrews now) and I tried to squeeze some of the Apocrypha books in, but =
      > I just wasn't sure exactly where to put them. For example I guessed that th=
      > e Wisdom of Solomon was at the start of his kingship when he was still righ=
      > t with God, before his wives got to him. I think sending out the Bible in t=
      > his way made it much easier, and more fun for first time readers to follow.=
      > I remember the confusion I had my first time through, just reading it from=
      > cover
      > to cover. I really don't know why the list has MMLJ in that order, I know =
      > that there are events in some of the Gospels that are not found in the othe=
      > rs, and so one could figure out, or try to figure out, when these events ha=
      > ppened and dovetail them into a chronological order. So for repeat events i=
      > n all four of the Gospels one could just list them all at the same time unt=
      > il unique events occur in one of the four and squeeze it in the list at the=
      > right place. <br><div style=3D"font-family: times new roman,new york,times=
      > ,serif; font-size: 14pt;"><br>In his Word<br>Sean<br><br><div style=3D"bord=
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      > 5px; font-family: times new roman,new york,times,serif; font-size: 12pt;">=
      > ----- Original Message ----<br>From: "Wyrick, Jed" <jwyrick@...=
      > ><br>To: lxx@yahoogroups.com<br>Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 11:32:13 A=
      > M<br>Subject: Re: [lxx] Chronological Order of the lxx<br><br> =
      > =20
      > <div id=3D"ygrp-text"> <p> <font face=3D"Helvetica, Ve=
      > rdana, Arial"><span style=3D"font-size: 12px;">Dear Sean,<br> <br> From a s=
      > cholar=92s perspective, this list is interesting but bizarre.  For ins=
      > tance, no one could agree about the =93era=94 of Job in antiquity=97it coul=
      > d go somewhat later than it=92s here, say after Numbers.  Also, why do=
      > es it have the Gospels in the MMLJ order, when if you take the ascriptions =
      > literally, John was of an earlier generation than Luke and Mark?  It s=
      > eems the NT is less ordered than the OT.  I=92ll leave out the fact th=
      > at scholars typically want to list books in the order of their composition,=
      > not the order of the periods that the books depict or that they claim to h=
      > ave been composed=97but I guess that=92s
      > exactly what makes this ordered list interesting.<br> <br> In any event, w=
      > hat you want is to stick in the books of the Septuagint in the order below.=
      >  I took this as a bit of a challenge=97anyway, maybe some readers wan=
      > t to refine what I=92ve started?<br> <br> Jed Wyrick<br> Dept. of Religious=
      > Studies<br> California State University, Chico<br> <br> <br> <br> <br> 1. =
      > Wisdom of Solomon (during Solomon=92s life=97it might therefore have been c=
      > onsidered sometime prior to the work of his old age, Ecclesiastes)<br> 2. L=
      > etter of Jeremiah (immediately after book of Jeremiah and I guess after Lam=
      > entations)<br> 3. Barukh (after Letter of Jeremiah and Book of Jeremiah bot=
      > h)<br> 4. Prayer of Azariah (between Dan. 3:23 and 3:24 )<br> 5. Susanna (g=
      > oes just after Daniel 12, the end of Daniel)<br> 6. Bel and the Dragon (jus=
      > t after Susanna)<br> 7. Tobit (Ninevah after end of Northern Kingdom in 722=
      > ; Tobit depicts itself as written in the Babylonian Exile, so I=92d put it =
      > after Daniel,
      > but Ninevah was destroyed in 612 BCE, so events described are earlier)<br>=
      > 8. Judith (set after end of Babylonian Captivity, usually 538 BCE but befo=
      > re death of Nebuchadnezzar in 562 BCE; so insert maybe after Tobit)<br> 9. =
      > Additions to Esther (insert in appropriate places in Esther 10-16)<br> 10. =
      > 1 Ezra (=3D 1 Esdras [English Bible] or III Esdras in the Vulgate) (a histo=
      > ry that covers Josiah=92s Passover in 622 BCE up to Ezra=92s reading of the=
      > law in Neh. 8:12=97so it goes after Nehemiah I guess, unless you break it =
      > up)<br> <br> The following would be at the very end of the OT:<br> <br> 11.=
      > Sirach (Ecclesiasticus) (deals with the period up to ca. 200 BCE)<br> 12. =
      > 1 Maccabees (covers period 175- 135/4 BCE)<br> 13. 2 Maccabees (covers peri=
      > od 171-161 BCE) <br> <br> You could do 1 and 2 Macc. like this:  (I th=
      > ink this would work for your purposes, but it=92s just my first try)<br> 1 =
      > Macc 1-2<br> 2 Macc. 1-4:6<br> 1 Macc 3-6:16<br> 2 Macc 4:7-10:9<br> 1 Macc=
      > 6:17-7:50<br>
      > 2 Macc 10:10-15:39<br> 1 Macc. 8-16<br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <hr align=3D"c=
      > enter" size=3D"3" width=3D"95%"><b>From: </b>Sean Rhoades <rhoadess@yaho=
      > o. com><br> <b>Reply-To: </b><lxx@yahoogroups. com><br> <b>Date: <=
      > /b>Tue, 20 Mar 2007 06:18:40 -0700 (PDT)<br> <b>To: </b><lxx@yahoogroups=
      > . com><br> <b>Subject: </b>Re: [lxx] Chronological Order of the lxx<br> =
      > <br>  <br>  <br>  <br> <br> Hi Bill <br>    &=
      > nbsp;I am looking for something more like the following list but with the o=
      > ther books that we find in the Greek Septuagint added, I suppose I could gu=
      > ess where they go but I am sure there must be one out there:<br> </span><fo=
      > nt color=3D"#dc143c"><font size=3D"5"><span style=3D"font-size: 18px;"><b>C=
      > hronological    Order of Old Testament</b></span></font></fo=
      > nt><span style=3D"font-size: 12px;">   <br>    </s=
      > pan><font size=3D"4"><span style=3D"font-size: 14px;"><b>Genesis 1 - 22<br>=
      >    Job<br>
      >    Genesis 23 - 50<br>    Exodus<br>  &=
      > nbsp; Psalm 90<br>    Leviticus<br>    N=
      > umbers<br>    Deuteronomy<br>    Psalm 91<br>=
      >    Joshua<br>    Judges<br>   &nbs=
      > p;Ruth<br>    I Samuel 1 - 16:13<br>    Psalm=
      > 23<br>    I Samuel 16:14 - 19:11<br>    Psal=
      > m 59<br>    I Samuel 19:12 - 21:15<br>    Psa=
      > lms 34, 56<br>    I Samuel 22:1, 2<br>    Psa=
      > lms 57, 142<br>    I Samuel 22:3-23<br>    Ps=
      > alm 52<br>    I Samuel 23<br>    Psalms 54, 6=
      > 3<br>    I Samuel 24 - 31<br>    II Samuel 1 =
      > - 7<br>    Psalm 30<br>    II Samuel 8:1-14<b=
      > r>    Psalm 60<br>    II Samuel 8:15 - 12:14<=
      > br>
      >    Psalms 51, 32<br>    II Samuel 12:15 - 15=
      > :37<br>    Psalms 3, 69<br>    II Samuel 16 -=
      > 20<br>    Psalms 64, 70<br>    II Samuel 21,=
      > 22<br>    Psalm 18<br>    II Samuel 23, 24<b=
      > r>    Psalms 4 - 9, 11 - 17, 19 - 22, 24 - 29, 31, 35 - 41, =
      > 53, 55, 58, 61, 62,<br>    Psalms 65, 68, 72, 86, 101, 103, =
      > 108 - 110, 138 - 141, 143 - 145<br>    I Kings 1 - 4<br> &nb=
      > sp;  Proverbs<br>    Song of Solomon<br>  &nb=
      > sp; I Kings 5 - 11<br>    Ecclesiastes<br>   =
      >  I Kings 12 - 22<br>    II Kings 1 - 14:25<br>  &n=
      > bsp; Jonah<br>    II Kings 14:26-29<br>   &nb=
      > sp;Amos<br>    II Kings 15 - 25<br>    Psalms=
      > 1, 2, 10, 33, 43, 66, 67, 71, 89, 92 - 100, <br>    Psalms =
      > 102, 104 -
      > 106, 111 - 125, 127 - 136, 146 - 150<br>    I Chronicles 1 =
      > - 16<br>    Psalms 42, 44 - 50, 73 - 85, 87, 88<br>  &n=
      > bsp; I Chronicles 17 - 29<br>    II Chronicles 1 - 21<b=
      > r>    Obadiah<br>    II Chronicles 22<br> &nb=
      > sp;  Joel<br>    II Chronicles 23 - 26:8<br>  =
      > ;  Isaiah 1 - 5<br>  II Chronicles 26:9 - 23<br>   =
      > ; Isaiah 6<br>    II Chronicles 27 - 32<br>   =
      > ; Isaiah 7 - 66<br>    Hosea<br>    Mica=
      > h<br>    Nahum<br>    II Chronicles 33, 34<br=
      > >    Zephaniah<br>    II Chronicles 35<br> &n=
      > bsp;  Habakkuk<br>    Jeremiah 1 - 6, 11, 12, 26, =
      > 7 - 10, 14 - 20, 35, 36, 45, 25, 46 - 49,<br>    Jeremiah 13=
      > , 22 - 24, 27 - 29, 50, 51, 30 - 33, 21, 34, 37 - 39, 52, 40 - 44<br>
      >    Lamentations<br>    II Chronicles 36:1 - =
      > 8<br>    Daniel<br>    II Chronicles 36:9 - 2=
      > 1<br>    Psalm 137<br>    Ezekiel<br>  &=
      > nbsp; II Chronicles 36:22, 23<br>    Ezra 1 - 5:1<br> &=
      > nbsp;  Haggai<br>    Zechariah<br>   &nb=
      > sp;Psalms 107, 126<br>    Ezra 5:2 - 6:22<br>   &n=
      > bsp;Esther<br>    Ezra 7 - 10<br>    Nehemiah=
      > <br>    Malachi</b></span></font><span style=3D"font-size: 1=
      > 2px;"> <br>  <br>     <br>  <br>   =
      >  </span><font color=3D"#eee8aa"><font size=3D"4"><span style=3D"font-s=
      > ize: 14px;">   </span></font></font><font size=3D"4"><span style=
      > =3D"font-size: 14px;"> </span></font><font color=3D"#dc143c"><font size=3D"=
      > 5"><span style=3D"font-size: 18px;"><b>Chronological    Orde=
      > r of New Testament
      > </b></span></font></font><font color=3D"#eee8aa"><span style=3D"font-size:=
      > 12px;"> </span></font><span style=3D"font-size: 12px;"> <br>  <br> &n=
      > bsp;   <br>  <br>    </span><font size=
      > =3D"4"><span style=3D"font-size: 14px;"><b>Matthew<br>    Ma=
      > rk<br>    Luke<br>    John<br>   &n=
      > bsp;Acts 1 - 14<br>    James<br>    Acts 15<b=
      > r>    Galatians<br>    Acts 16<br>  &nbs=
      > p; Philippians<br>    Acts 17:1 - 10<br>   &n=
      > bsp;I Thessalonians<br>    II Thessalonians<br>   =
      >  Acts 17:11 - 18:11<br>    I Corinthians<br>  &nbs=
      > p; II Corinthians<br>    Acts 18:12 - 20:1<br>  &n=
      > bsp; Ephesians<br>    Romans<br>    Acts=
      > 20:2 - 28:30<br>    Colossians<br>    Hebrew=
      > s<br>
      >    Titus<br>    Philemon<br>   &nb=
      > sp;I Timothy<br>    II Timothy<br>    I Peter=
      > <br>    II Peter<br>    I John<br>  &nbs=
      > p; II John<br>    III John<br>    Jude<b=
      > r>    The Revelation </b></span></font><span style=3D"font-s=
      > ize: 12px;"> <br> <br>  <br> <font color=3D"#008080">Joh 8:31-32</font=
      > > Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my=
      > word, <font color=3D"#808080"><i>then</i></font> are ye my disciples indee=
      > d; <font color=3D"#008080">32</font> And ye shall know the truth, and the t=
      > ruth shall make you free.<br> <br> <br> Home Page <a rel=3D"nofollow" targe=
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      > br> From: Bill Ross <BillRoss@norisksoft ware.com><br> To: lxx@yahoog=
      > roups. com<br> Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 7:58:40 AM<br> Subject: Re: [l=
      > xx] Chronological Order of the lxx<br> <br>      &=
      > nbsp;      <br>      =
      > ;        <br> <br>   &nbs=
      > p;<br> <br> The order of the LXX is the same as the Catholic/! Protestant B=
      > ibles, which  is different from the Massoretic, which is the order use=
      > d in Jewish  Bibles.<br>  <br>  <br>  <br> Bill Ross<br=
      > >  <br>
      > www.bibleshockers. com <a rel=3D"nofollow" target=3D"_blank" href=3D"http:=
      > //www.bibleshockers.com"><http://www.biblesho ckers.com></a> <br> &nb=
      > sp;<br>  <br>  <br> </span></font></p><blockquote><font face=3D"H=
      > elvetica, Verdana, Arial"><span style=3D"font-size: 12px;">   <br=
      > > ----- Original Message ----- <br>    <br> <b>From:</b> &nb=
      > sp;  Sean <a rel=3D"nofollow" target=3D"_blank" href=3D"mailto:rh=
      > oadess@..."><mailto:rhoadess@ yahoo.com></a>    =
      >  <br>    <br> <b>To:</b> lxx@yahoogroups. com <a rel=3D=
      > "nofollow" target=3D"_blank" href=3D"mailto:lxx@yahoogroups.com"><mailto=
      > :lxx@yahoogro ups.com></a>  <br>    <br> <b>Sent:</b=
      > > Monday, March 19, 2007 7:40  PM<br>    <br> <b>Subjec=
      > t:</b> [lxx] Chronological Order of the    lxx<br>  &nb=
      > sp; <br> <br>    <br>  Dear lxx group<br>  &n=
      > bsp;  I am going to be
      > sending out    the lxx this year over e-mail to some friend=
      > s, so as to get through it in a    year, I would like to kno=
      > w if there is a table with the lxx in chronological    order=
      > ? If anyone can direct me too a site I would be very grateful, I did a &nbs=
      > p;  search and couldn't find one on the lxx although I did find o=
      > ne on the 66    books of the Bible. <br> <br> In his Word<br=
      > > Sean <br>  <br> </span></font></blockquote><font face=3D"Helvetica, =
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