Is there a Bible that exists in chronological order? By this I mean instead of the “traditional” way the Biblical books are placed in order, they are placed in order as if they are on a timeline.
I don’t think the epistles are in chronological order in the New Testament, nor are all the OT books in order by date. I know the Bible isn’t really organized from “beginning” to “end,” but is there a Bible that places the books in such an order? Trying to get through the OT can be complicated for me, especially when we’re getting to 1/2 Kings, 1/2 Chronicles, etc. and all the prophetical books.
I saw this chronological Bible at the store: amazon.com/Chronological-Study-Bible-NIV/dp/1401680119/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1403912060&sr=1-5&keywords=chronological+bible
But it’s the Protestant NIV (therefore not having the deuterocanonical books) and will obviously have some sort of Protestant bias. Plus it apparently uses the newly “updated” NIV that has gender-neutral language.
Or if there’s no “Catholic Chronological Bible,” are there any resources online that can help me? I’m currently signed up for the Catholic Home Study Service and their “Catholic Guide to the Bible,” but I don’t know how much light will be shed in the home study for this subject.