In general, the authors of the New Testament showed little interest in an absolute chronology of Jesus or in synchronizing the episodes of his life with the secular history of the age.  As stated in John 21:25 , the gospels do not claim to provide an exhaustive list of the events in the life of Jesus.  The accounts were primarily written as theological documents in the context of early Christianity , with timelines as a secondary consideration.  In this respect, it is noteworthy that the Gospels devote about one third of their text to the last week of the life of Jesus in Jerusalem , referred to as the Passion .  Although the gospels do not provide enough details to satisfy the demands of modern historians regarding exact dates, it is possible to draw from them a general picture of the life story of Jesus.   
If the Creator Jesus Christ used the evolutionary process, as some Christians maintain, then it means that He had to use death and destruction to create man, because evolution is said to have involved death and struggle over millions of years before man. This would have meant He really didn't have the ultimate power over death. He would thus have had to allow death to happen so that He could finally evolve man after millions of years of the deaths of "misfits" and imperfect biological experiments! So how could Calvary and the empty tomb then be accomplished? If Jesus had power over death when He walked the streets of Israel, and He had power over death when He rose from the grave, then He didn't need to use the evolutionary process. And Genesis tells us He didn't!