There are quite a few timelines, coming from both secular and religious sources, about the first 300 years of Christian faith (roughly ending with the Council of Nicea). One somewhat-uncontroversial timeline is found at Wikipedia.
I think this timeline cannot be the one you would endorse as historically accurate because is counts Jesus as a real person. Can you point us to a timeline that reflects your view of the first 300 years of Christian history, including (broadly) the composition dates of the NT? I’d be willing to give you some liberty in length to answer this question, especially if you have to build your own timeline.
This is a blog where people get invited to ask direct questions of a real live Calvinist in exchange for the said Calvinist to ask real-live questions of them.
We'll see how many people actually take up this interesting challenge in the weeks and months to come.
Meet the Calvinist
This is centuri0n, aka Frank Turk, who has been an internet apologist for about 10 years and has never really gained anything for himself through it but a handful of friends and a lot of ill-will. Most people, honestly, do not like to argue with him because he doesn't know how to let it go. He's a blogger of some minor note, and he's a "calvinist".
The basic premise is that each exchange in governed by a thesis statement -- a one-sentence statement which one participant affirms and the other denies.
The Guest has the opportunity to offer an opening statement; if the Calvinist is affirming, he will offer an opening statement.
The format is an alternating cross-examination; One side asks one question; the other side posts an answer, then posts a question; the first side then answers, then posts a question.
The standard exchange is 5 questions each. Questions are usually limited to 150 words; answers are usually limited to 500 words. Expanded formats are often requested by the Calvinist when believes the Guest needs more space or time to work out his position.
Both sides have an obligation to asnwer the questions put to them. The Reader should decide if one side or the other has actually answered the question put to him.
Contact the Calvinist
After reading all that, you might want to Ask the Calvinist.
After multiple attempts to get your browers to count each post's words, I'm giving up. The official word count will be whatever WORD says the post's length is if you cut-and-paste the post text (not HTML markup items) into WORD.