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Hey Aiden, I hope to don't mind me dragging up ancient history, but I came across your thread asking about amazingbibletimeline or alternate resources, and I was wondering what you ended up using?
I've been trying to stitch together the bible with history and science, but never found a good way to present my findings. I was wondering whether amazingbibletimeline has done all the work for me, but they don't show enough online, and I can't find anyone who has tried it.
dd24 homeschooled through high school; associates in early childhood dev.; professional ballerina far from home
ds22 homeschooled K-8; graphic design certificate; in retail management training and top salesperson
dd19 homeschooled through high school; sophomore in college majoring in graphic design, minoring in art, and cramming in two choirs, some theater, and intramural soccer
Long story, short: I'm a travel writer and -- finally -- have started my own blog. I use questions from readers like this one: http://jellyfishinjuly.com/wp/2019/03/01/1008/ and I'd like to write a post on your question -- except no identifying info at all!
Let me know if this sounds good!