Chronology is called "the backbone of history" because it is essential to a correct reconstruction of history. The genealogies in Genesis 5 and 11 have been considered as significant in establishing chronology. Among several different textual versions (the Masoretic text, the Septuagint, and the Samaritan Pentateuch), these genealogies of the Masoretic text are regarded to preserve the original figures in their purest form. Besides, the genealogies in Genesis 5 and 1 are shown to be very unique in its literary structure with time specifications and its Hebrew grammatical feature, and thus they are called chronogenealogies. By using these chronogenealogies along with other chronological data in several key Biblical texts I was able to set up AM (Anno Mundi, "in the year of the world") reckoning. Then, through synchronisms of Israelite Kings in the Bible with Ancient Near Eastern kings in the historical records I could trace back to the Creation week. The result was a remarkably very short world history which makes a stark contrast to the position of evolutionists.