Timelines depicting the chronology of the Bible are generally based on the assumption that certain biblical time references are faulty. The underlying thought is that these references do not harmonize with other dates in the Old Testament and the New Testament. But it is possible to combine all (!)
figures into one closed and unambiguous system! Not one of the chronological references of the Bible needs to be corrected.
The result is simply amazing: The dates of the biblical events agree with one another and with what archaeologists have unearthed in Israel and Egypt.
If one takes the chronological figures seriously, one will encounter a calculation of time that agrees with the results of secular archeology in an astounding degree of accuracy. Non-biblical researchers claim that the field of archeology does not provide proof for the Exodus or the conquest of the Land under Joshua. A literal approach to the chronology of the Bible though makes it easy to thoroughly refute these claims.