I highly recommend this book ... with a few disclaimers.
First of all, (contrary to one reviewer) it does not blatantly follow an evolutionary timeline. It does list Archeaological Periods, but neither sanctions them nor disputes them. Such a chart can be a helpful reference when dealing with material that does not take the genealogies in Genesis as literal and/or unbroken. The timelines do not assume a date for Creation of 4004 BC--before Abraham they simply fudge. They also give an early and a late dating system concerning the Exodus. However, none of this clearly advocates "evolution time lines". If you want Ussher's dates, they are not hard to find. This book does not, however,… Read more