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To browse and/or purchase individual back issues start by selecting the volume/year from the links in the navigation bar at left, under the "Resources" heading. This will display a page of content summaries for the six issues in that volume, from which any issue may be quickly purchased for immediate download.

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The Biblical Chronologist is a bimonthly subscription newsletter which reports on the latest discoveries from the field of biblical chronology. It keeps its readers informed regarding archaeological and scientific research of importance to biblical chronology. Its threefold purpose is:

  1. to encourage, enrich, and strengthen the faith of conservative Christians through instruction in biblical chronology,
  2. to foster informed, up-to-date, scholarly research in this vital field within the conservative Christian community, and
  3. to communicate current developments and discoveries in biblical chronology in an easily understood manner.

The Biblical Chronologist (ISSN 1081-762X) is edited by Dr. Gerald Aardsma and was published by Aardsma Research & Publishing from 1995 through 2002. Publication was put on indefinite hold in 2003 so Dr. Aardsma could research the cause of pre-Flood longevity full time.

The BC newsletters contain reports of much original research, and serve as the primary source from which articles for the 'Topics' section of this web site have been abstracted. They enable you to get at the details, learn more, and dig deeper. They were written for a general audience, making them easily understood by the layperson.

 
 
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