You have the same 4000 BC date for creation as Newton. I don't know if that's where you got it or not. If you came up with it on your own, that's great. However, you are both wrong, because the math doesn't work out as I demonstrated. I am not going to argue/debate about a few years, because I was trying to use your years compared to what they should be. However I will argue over 40 years. You said, "BC dates should be subtracted from 4000 to find the AM date. You subtracted the AM date from 4000 and came up with junk." What are you talking about? Didn't the math work out the way I showed you? Of course it did. In my examples, you show me where it doesn't work. Basically, as I showed you above, you deduct the BC year event (if known) from the creation BC year, to get the AM years. Let's take Isaac's birth for example (something we now both agree on since I convinced you that yours was wrong). Isaac's birth was in 1890 BC. You deduct 1890 BC from 4000 BC and you get the AM (anno mundi) date of 2110 AM. This is an AM date you agree on. Now, you can double-check this by subtracting 2110 AM from 4000 BC and you get 1890 BC. Same thing. You can do this on every chronology date and it works, but only if you have the right creation date. It's like saying 7 -3 = 10 and 10-7 = 3. I'm going to try this one more time using my numbers (different from yours by a few years) and your creation date of 4000 BC. If there are 325 years from Isaac's birth to Moses' birth, then 1890 BC - 325 = 1565 BC or 2110 AM + 325 = 2435 AM. So, let's check it with the creation date and see if they are correct. 4000 BC - 1565 BC = 2435 AM ....and 4000 BC - 2435 AM = 1565 BC. Now, tell me how this math doesn't work! However, 1565 BC isn't the correct date for this event, because you have the wrong creation date. It should be 1525 BC. Just as I said before, if you keep going you will have a date of 625 BC (instead of 585/586 BC) for the destruction of the Temple and a date for the crucifixion of Jesus of72 AD (instead of 32/33 AD). These are recorded historical events that we can be sure of, other than a few years (not 40). Just as you did before, with the wrong dates for Abraham's birth and elsewhere, you have added too many years between biblical events and it's throwing your chronology off. I understand you are doing this to fit it into your narrative of 1007 and 7049 years, but your chronology has to be correct. Your BC years have to correspond with your AM years and your BC years have to match with known historical records for those events. It appears you are attempting to confuse the average reader by saying the math doesn't work and the continuing changing of your chronology. My chronology, Chronology of Mankind: 6,000 Years of History Pt 1 :: By Randy Nettles - Rapture Ready hasn't changed and the links I listed in the other posts match mine (by 9 years). I can't wait to see your revised product.