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Jesus Crucified On Thursday

I believe the Scriptures point to Jesus being crucified on Thursday. What is your opinion?

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Jim is right. Even science agrees with this.
---Dr.Rich on 4/12/08


If you go to the Hebrew Calander you'll see EXACTLY what day it was back then!
The Hebrew Cal. has'nt change in over 5000 yrs.
The Jewish Passover is on the 14th day of Nisan(Apr), I'm sure this is the one that he observed, Not the Georgian one we follow today, that changes every year.
google hebrew calander and learn some good stuff!
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 4/11/08


no. it was not thursday or friday. it was
clearly on wednesday. where on this planet
did you ever get a thus saith the word bible
that says one word about friday? catholic
tradition says friday.. study to show thyself
approved.
---jim on 4/11/08


Distinction between the Weekly Sabbath and sabbath feasts are delineated in the Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic.

The sabbath days or sabbath feasts are referred to as such yet the 7th day is called "THE SABBATH" thus High Sabbath was when both types of days coincided.
---SeventhSeal on 3/27/08


SeventhSeal:

Remember though, that neither Hebrew, nor Aramaic, nor Greek used in the Bible had separate upper- and lower-case letters. Any decision to capitalize words or not was entirely at the whims of the translators (or subsequent interpreters).
---StrongAxe on 3/27/08




Glypha: Bible makes a distinction in feast days called 'sabbath days' given lower case "s" whereas the Sabbath Commandment given honor with capital "S". There is the Sabbath of the Lord and there are sabbath days.
Jesus died "preparation day" as the evening Passover Lamb was to be slain and "the curtain was torn in twain", rested Sabbath in the Tomb and Scripture says He rose the 1st day = Sunday. 3 days...3 nights began Thurs in gethsemane.
---SeventhSeal on 3/27/08


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It doesn't matter, what matters is he saved us with his blood!!!! He went up and died on the cross for you and me that's important...not if he died on thursday!!!
---Noa_Amisone on 3/26/08
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It matters if your religious organization uses this day to determine other doctrines that are wrong ...if you get one point wrong in Gods Truth it opens the door for more error and watering down Gods Word to live with the world and its traditions
---Rhonda on 3/27/08


Why are so many wars fought, and what are they fought over? at that, as an example, I wouldn't nit pick over what day Jesus was crucified on,or you may miss the purpose of his sacrifice.I do not believe it points to thursday but freedom is the point.
---karen_L_baird on 3/27/08


SeventhSeal, your are in error. A high Sabbath has to do with the feast itself and not what day of the week it falls on.
---Gophylann on 3/26/08


By the way - ALL the Biblical Festivals are High Sabbaths.
---Gophylann on 3/26/08




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Rhonda: We can not teach the stubborn who will not even recognize that the words defined by Strong and his Scholars are the meanings of the original Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic that the Scriptures were written in
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SeventhSeal you cannot base everything on Bible helps that was my point and evidently you missed that to "prove your point" ..diliberately dismiss Gods Truth by claiming I believe Gods Holy Word is in English only?
---Rhonda on 3/26/08


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Seventhseal
maybe these posters can help shed some light on what you believe has more "truth" contained in your Bible helps ..then Gods Truth in his Holy Bible (even scholars make mistakes):
---Gophylann on 3/26/08
---chrissy on 3/25/08
---Rhonda on 3/26/08


It doesn't matter, what matters is he saved us with his blood!!!! He went up and died on the cross for you and me that's important...not if he died on thursday!!!
---Noa_Amisone on 3/26/08


A High Sabbath was when a holy feast (sabbath) fell on the 7th Day Sabbath. Perhaps you should learn some Jewish History yourself.
---SeventhSeal on 3/26/08


Yeshua died on Passover and had to be burried before the beginning of the Feast of Unlevened Bread which is a High Sabbath - this was NOT the 7th day Sabbath. You all need to read and study more about Jewish history and learn more about the Feasts of the L-rd. There are certain Feast days that are considered High Sabbaths that are not on the 7th day Sabbath. There are three Feasts close together - Pasover, Unlevened Bread and First Fruits. And, the Jewish day is from sundown to sundown.
---Gophylann on 3/26/08


Jesus died as our paschal Lamb on Passover, day 4 of the Hebrew week or a wednesday that year. Also the very day the lambs for the Passover sacrifice were brought into the city, Jesus entered on a donkey & the crowds recognising the Messiah began shouting the 'Hosanna' prayer & waving palm branches as Sukkot Blessing. This was traditionally only done at the Sukkot festival (about 5 months later). Sukkot celebrates God is with us.
---chrissy on 3/25/08


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It's kept put away at the Vatican,
It's the original letter from pontius P.
I'll see if i can find something on the pc.
about it...
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 3/25/08


D D M ... I never heard that before!
Can you say where it is written?
---alan_of_UK on 3/24/08


Rhonda: We can not teach the stubborn who will not even recognize that the words defined by Strong and his Scholars are the meanings of the original Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic that the Scriptures were written in.

Did you think that the scriputres were written originally in english? Willing ignorance is no excuse. Follow stubborn pride to your own ruin.
---SeventhSeal on 3/24/08


Mary: Jesus said "Do this in remembrance of Me" Which means Breaking of Break and giving Drink in communion. He did not say create a festival based upon the lunar calendar, and give emblems of fertility like eggs, bunnies and chocolate to remember the cross. He did not say to coincide this celebration with the pagan rites of goddess Ishtar.
---SeventhSeal on 3/24/08


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Actually, the soldier that pierced the side of Jesus, He later became a Christian and was Crucified for his love of Jesus...
Isn't that cool?
Who knows who else changed back then?
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 3/24/08


You asked for my opinion: Here it is. I don't really care what day He was crucified on. I am just so very happy that He was for my sake. He surely was tortured, unrecognizable, on that cross. Those wicked men. Are burning today. In hell. Just what they deserved. Too.
---catherine on 3/23/08


As I write this, tomorrow is Easter Sunday. Amidst all this arguing I'm just thankful it IS Easter, that Christ DID rise! :) That's the main thing! God bless your Easter, folks. :)
---Mary on 3/23/08


Jesus gave up the Ghost ON friday at the 9th hr.
Thats 3 in the after noon friday, That's why they were in a HURRY to get him OFF the Cross, AT Sundown it became the Sabbath day,That's also why the women waited until Sunday to go to the tomb, IT WAS'NT LAWFULL to touch the Dead on the SABBATH Day.
You follow the words of your Fathers, Not the word of God, My Father.
The 1st Christians, like peter, john, ect. ect. ect. OBSERVED the SABBATH DAY!
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 3/20/08


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evangelistjerry, I'm glad you asked. Jesus did mean 3 days and nights, but the Bible explains itself-Mt 6:10. Jesus was now as never before in custody of sinful man-Mt 2:13, Jn 8:59, Mt 17:22, 20:18, 26:45.

As for the significance of these facts, I believe the enemy's plan is to undermine our confidence in the Bible, but God's word is reliable and can be trusted-Heb 4:12, Jn 17:17.
---Geoff on 3/20/08


If he did not mean the grave for THREE DAYS AND THREE NIGHTS then what and when did he spend 3 days and 3 nights in the heart of the earth. Another thing is, is this really vital to one salvation whether it was 3 full days or partial days. We can argue all day long about this and the lost will look at it and say that we cannot even agree on the truth so how do we know its the truth, I have heard this from many lost people. The scripture has said so I don't need to say anymore about this subject.
---evangelistjerry on 3/19/08


Rhonda, the Bible doesn't say Jesus rose on Sabbath. He died on the day before the Sabbath-Lk 23:54, & rose on the 1st day-Mk 16:9. Jesus rested on Sabbath, the day between, in life & even in death-Lk 4:16

evangelistjerry, perhaps Mt 20:1-16 will help to understand the Jewish reckoning of days. If you think in integers you will understand that any part of a day is counted as one. Nowhere in the Bible does it say FULL days nor that the heart of the earth is the grave. Mk 14:41
---Geoff on 3/19/08


Mat. 28:1 read from Mat. 28:1-6, In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first DAY OF THE week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchre. This clearly says the END OF THE SABBATH. Remember that the Sabbath is the last day of the week, this says they came to the tomb the dawn of the first day of the week. Mat. 12:40 For as Jonas was THREE DAYS and three nights in the whale's belly, so shall the Son of man be THREE DAYS and three nights in the heart of the earth.
---evangelistjerry on 3/18/08


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Jesus did not say part of 3 days and 2 nights he said 3 DAYS AND 3 NIGHTS
---evangelistjerry on 3/18/08


***Get a Strong's Concordance. What I teach is Truth***

seventhseal YOU TEACH??? ...I DON'T follow men (least of all a pious individual throwing around of all things a Strongs Concordence)

I follow Christ ...Gods Word (THE HOLY BIBLE) which I recommend you use above all other 'Bible Helps' ....Gods Plain Truth when read with an open mind leaving the pride of religious systems out of your reading will tell you THE TRUTH.

Gods Word TELLS MANKIND Christ rose on the Sabbath Day
---Rhonda on 3/17/08


Rhonda: If you read that passage in the Greek it reveals that Jesus "would be in the clutches of evil hearts of this world for 3 days and 3 nights" And He was. Taken Thursday night in Gethsemane by Evil Inhabitant of this earth they had Him Crucified Friday day and Sealed in a Tomb Friday Night...where He slept Saturday and Saturday night and arose the morning of the 1st day. 3 days and 3 nights. Get a Strong's Concordance. What I teach is Truth.
---SeventhSeal on 3/7/08


**Jesus was in the grave part of Friday, all of Saturday, part of Sunday. According to the thinking of the times, this is considered three days***

How absurd mankinds constant reasoning religious brainwashing using 'thinking of the times' to reject Gods Word

Mark 7:13, Christ warned mankind ...making the word of God of none effect through your tradition.

There are more than 3 dozen scriptures to support that Christ was crucified on Wednesday and risen on Saturday
---Rhonda on 3/3/08


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Remember, Jewish day begins at sundown. The Jews of today do know about and have High Sabbaths. I am a Jew (Messianic) -my synagogue celebrates these. Most likely Yeshua would have celebrated Passover on what we call Tuesday evening, spent the night in garden praying, betrayed by Judas, taken to Pilot, crucified/buried by sundown, thus beginning Wednesday evening as the first night in the grave. He would have risen after sundown on Sabbath making what We call Saturday night, the first day of the week.
---Gophylann on 3/2/08


all those that say it WAS not three full days please read Matthew 12:40, For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly, so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth. it says he would be in the heart of the earth 3 days AND 3 nights.
---evangelistjerry on 2/28/08


Part 2 every version I read says in Mat. 12:40 that Jesus said 3 DAYS AND THREE NIGHTS
---evangelistjerry on 2/28/08


Jesus never said three days and nights. He said three days. Big difference as per the language of the times.
---Greyrider on 2/28/08


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Jesus was in the grave part of Friday, all of Saturday, part of Sunday. According to the thinking of the times, this is considered three days.
---Greyrider on 2/27/08
Exactly!
---Gina7 on 2/28/08


seventhseal
If Christ died on Friday He would have risen on Monday ...the ONLY sign Christ gave was 3 days and 3 nights in the grave - Christ would be contradicting Himself if it were true He died on Friday ...Christ died on the annual Sabbath on Wednesday resurrected on the 2nd Sabbath that same week which was the weekly Sabbath the 7th day ...He was resurrected after 3 days/nights in the grave
---Rhonda on 2/27/08


Look up the term "Kardia" and the term "Ge" in Strong's Concordance and see where Jesus was for 3 days and nights... You find He was taken on a Thursday Night by the "Kardia" of the "Ge" Died Friday and arose "the first day."
---SeventhSeal on 2/27/08


This is a prime example of why "Sola Scriptura" does not work. If you read an English translation with no knowledge of the culture of ancient Israel, you'll never understand "Three Days".

Jesus was in the grave part of Friday, all of Saturday, part of Sunday. According to the thinking of the times, this is considered three days.
---Greyrider on 2/27/08


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If Christ was crucified on Friday He would have risen on Monday (not Sunday). Christ was 3 days and 3 nights in the grave
-Rhonda 2/23/08
I respectfully disagree. Christ only rested in the tomb during the Sabbath hours then was resurrected making the Sabbath the memorial of redemption- just as he only rested during the Sabbath hours after creating us. Also,if Christ had been in the grave longer than 24 hours he would have seen corruption (decomposition) and God's son would not have seen corruption
---Gina7 on 2/27/08


The Bible does not specifically state which day of the week Jesus was crucified. In the grand scheme of things, it is not all that important to know what day of the week Christ was crucified. If it were very important, then God's Word would have clearly communicated the day. What is important is that He did die, and that He physically, bodily rose from the dead. What is equally important is the reason He diedto take the punishment that all sinners deserve. John 3:16 and 3:36
---Court7646 on 2/26/08


May I offer a radical suggestion here? That instead of bickering over what days Christ died/was resurrected on, why don't we just THANK Him that He was willing to go through that for us all?
---Mary on 2/26/08


Gina7
If Christ was crucified on Friday He would have risen on Monday (not Sunday). Christ was 3 days and 3 nights in the grave.

I did read your posts ...I added Leviticus Chapters to clarify what a high day was during the time of Christ.
---Rhonda on 2/23/08


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Eloy,You know the Gregorian calendar is the one used today, before was the Julian and way before that was the Enoch calendar.You are not using the tools available to reach your unpopular conclusion. I didn't realize you figure Issac Newton to be unregenerate and unlearned clay! We who understand scripture do not disagree with it,our dissagreement is with "Mr. Always Right Eloy"
---1st_cliff on 2/23/08


Mat 2:10 would be incorrectly translated to say "When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding HIGH joy". Great joy is correct!

Mat 5:19 would be incorrectly translated to say "whosoever shall do and teach them (the least commandment) the same shall be called HIGH in the kingdom of heaven" Great is correct!

John 19:31 is incorrectly translated to say "For that Sabbath was a HIGH day" -Great Day is correct. Great Sabbath, "Shabbat haGadol"
---Gina7 on 2/22/08


The Jews may not recognize a 'high day' today that I don't know ..the Jews of Christs time did John 19:31
...(for that sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.
---Rhonda on 2/21/08
Did you even read my posts? The word translated as High in English is translated "Great" in every other pasaage. John 19:31's Great Sabbath is the Great 7th Day Sabbath that occurs on or before Passover each year. It was on 7th Day
---Gina7 on 2/22/08


Christ died on Wednesday as confirmed by Daniel 9:24-27 (midst of the week)
---Rhonda on 2/21/08
The "week" is a week of years, or 7 years. Christ started his ministry in AD 27, Fall, and it ended with his Friday crucifiction, in Spring AD 31. This was 3.5 years, one half of the 7 year period this refers to. Each day counts for one year of time. It does not refer to a literal week. The gospels do show that Christ's ministry did last 3.5 years.
---Gina7 on 2/22/08


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John 19:31, the greek word translated "high" in High Day, is Strongs G3173 Me'gas which by definition is "great". It is also translated "great" in many Bible verses,such as Mat 2:10 "great joy", Mat 5:19 "great in the kingdom of heaven" etc
---Gina7 on 2/20/08
Repeating this since it was not read. "High" is an English translation word, not a Jewish word. Strongs G3173 Me'gas applies, and it is correctly translated as "Great"
---Gina7 on 2/22/08


the devil seems to enjoy screwing the minds of the believers..beware christians, beware indeed, the devil is roaring like a lion and is read to devour any would be weak believer..Christ died on Friday and thus sayeth the Word
---jana on 2/22/08


1st cliff, I am not all alone, everyone whom really knows the Lord, and studies his word, will know the truth published in the gospel. I found my faith upon the documented and proven truth, and I do not stand upon this Rock alone: for there are others whom also know this history and accept it inspite of opposition from unregenerate and unlearned clay, whom foolishly choose to disagree with the gospel.
---Eloy on 2/22/08


Communion represents the Lords Last Passover Supper on the night of Thursday April 14, 28 A.D. at 6:00 p.m. when Jesus was 32 years old, afterwards came his arrest (Luke 22:53), beating, and death. It commemorates innocent Jesus nailed to the cross on Friday at 12 noon, then came three hours of darkness, and his sacrificial death of taking peoples sins on Friday April 14, 28 A.D. at 3:00 p.m. Early Sunday morning, three days after Jesus last Passover supper, is Jesus Resurrection Day.
---Eloy on 2/22/08


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Ist Cliff::Luke 3:23 agrees with you.He was about 30 years old when He Jesus started His ministery, which took Him 3 and a half years,till his crucifixion.this was the time it took him to impart His Doctrines and establish HIS church to perfection out of love for Humanity who crucified Him.Necessary as He alone knew why.We are just beginning to understand.
---Emcee on 2/21/08


Eloy, The majority of bible scholars including Sir Issac Newton reached the same conclusion as me. You're all alone out there with your 2year ministry of Christ!Try using the "Enoch" calendar (like Newton) Who was a way ahead of his time, You're the only one I know insisting on a 2 yr. ministry!
---1st_cliff on 2/21/08


The Jews may not recognize a 'high day' today that I don't know ..the Jews of Christs time did...

John 19:31
The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath day, (for that sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.

Lev 23:2-29 explains this further

Christ died on Wednesday as confirmed by Daniel 9:24-27 (midst of the week)
---Rhonda on 2/21/08


1st Cliff, Daniel 8:14 has nothing to do with when our Lord Jesus came to earth and minstered about 2,000 years ago, but instead chapter 8 as well as chapter 11 has to do with the AntiChrist which has yet to happen. And Daniel chapter 9:24 and 25 speak of when the Messiah came , which has already happened.
---Eloy on 2/21/08


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The Bible is clear Jesus was crucified prior to sundown of a high day. A weekly Sabbath is not referred to as a high day. Jesus was crucifed on Wednesday and buried prior to sundown.
-Rhonda 2/17/08
There is no such thing as a "high day"- just ask any Jew or Rabbi. There is only the "Great Sabbath" or "SHABBAT HA-GADOL," which is the weekly 7th day Sabbath that occurs on or before Passover each year. John 19:31's Great Sabbath was the weekly Saturday 7th day Sabbath
---Gina7 on 2/20/08


Part II: "Shabbat haGadol", that is, the weekly Sabbath that comes before Passover each year. There is no reference in the Torah of the Jews, the first five books of Moses, or the Old Testament that calls the Feast Days as "high holy days". This is a modern practice that follows the example of Roman Catholicism which calls their special days, High Days.

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John 19:31's Great Sabbath is the weekly 7th day Sabbath
---Gina7 on 2/20/08


Part A:
High Sabbaths
Question

Dear Rabbi,

When the term "high Sabbath" is used, does it always have to mean that a weekly Sabbath and an annual Sabbath occur on the same day? Or could an annual Sabbath be referred to as a "high" Sabbath when it occurs on a day of the week other than the seventh day?
---Gina7 on 2/20/08


Part B

Answer

I do not know for sure what you mean by "High Sabbath". If you are referring to what is called in Hebrew "SHABBAT HA-GADOL," (the "Great Sabbath"), this usually refers to the Sabbath preceding Passover.

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Point: Even a Rabbi has no idea what a "High Sabbath" is, so that should settle the matter. There is no such thing.
---Gina7 on 2/20/08


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John 19:31 New Living Trans It was the day of preparation, and the Jewish leaders didnt want the bodies hanging there the next day, which was the Sabbath (and a very special Sabbath, because it was the Passover)

John 19:31, the greek word translated "high" in High Day, is Strongs G3173 Me'gas which by definition is "great". It is also translated "great" in many Bible verses,such as Mat 2:10 "great joy", Mat 5:19 "great in the kingdom of heaven" etc
---Gina7 on 2/20/08


Eloy, You're only reading what suits you not the prophecy! Dan 9.24 says "70" weeks which is 7 weeks plus 62 weeks = 69 weeks. "AFTER" (vs.27). "He will confirm a covenant with many for 1(seven) in the middle of the seven He will put an end to sacrifice and offering" In the middle of the "7" which is 3 1/2 Believe what you will but that's the prophecy!
---1st_cliff on 2/20/08


You know he was resurrected on Sunday that is clear in the scripture and he was three days and three nights in the earth that is clear.
but the the day he died is not clear and not in the word. Which means it is not important, what is important is what we have witness to by the apostles who were appointed to give important information, so what day Jesus was born on and the day of his death was not considered important by those who were keeping record.
---exzucuh on 2/20/08


1st Cliff, In Daniel 9:25 We read, from the time of the decree to rebuild Jerusalem up to the Messiah the Prince is 7 sevens and 60 and 2 sevens. The sevens equal years as also written in verse 24. Therefore this prophecy equals= 483 years= From Decree to rebuild Ierusalem to coming Messiah (69 weeks= 69 x 7 years).
---Eloy on 2/20/08


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1st cliff, you are entitled to your opinion, however wrong that it may be.
---Eloy on 2/20/08


The Gospel of John is not composed in chronological order. It is more like a painting than a photograph.
---InimicusStultitiae on 2/19/08


Eloy, Why do you completely ignore Dan.8.14. the "70 weeks of years" where Messiah is cut off in the midst of the last 7 yrs. making it 3 1/2 years of ministry?
---1st_cliff on 2/19/08


Eloy, You separate yourself from 90% of the bible scholars who believe Jesus' ministry was 331/2 years in duration. Not that the majority is always right but in this case they are IMHO!
---1st_cliff on 2/19/08


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1st cliff, c'mon you're not getting it. The feast in John 5:1 is the same passover as in John 6:4, and it is wrong to assume that these are 2 different passovers spaced 1 year apart from each other. Just as the passover in John 11:55 and 12:1 and 13:1 are all the same passover and not 3 different passovers, this being his last one before his false arrest and sinful execution.
---Eloy on 2/18/08


Guys, guys, it's crucifixion, not crucifiction!
---InimicusStultitiae on 2/18/08


Eloy, If you miss a passover it throws your calculations out by a year.You missed Jn.5.1. His Birth is much easier to find (without too many details) John the Baptist was 6 mths older.His father Zackariah was one of 24 priests to serve that year,8th 2 wk period (Abijah).Elizabeth became pregnant with John,and the rest is straight math>Oct.9th.
---1st_cliff on 2/18/08


I will tell you what my opinion is.>>> What difference does it make? He was crucified and resurrected for me. Praise God.
---catherine on 2/18/08


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Christs birth is not recorded - b-days not celebrated by Jews of OT

1stcliff is right Christs birth is sept/oct Luke 2:8 shepherds abiding in the field at Jesus birth

Passover Jews sent sheep to field bringing home after summer before rainy season - Shepherds not out in open fields during the cold rainy winter months (beginning in October)

Confirmed by Ezra 10:9-13, Song of Solomon 2:11

That also would make Christ 33 1/2 at the time of His Crucification
---Rhonda on 2/18/08


cliff, His birth is December, not April on passover. Luke 3:23, he is about 30, then he has 1 passover and becomes 31 years old in December. His 2nd year he has another passover and is 32 at the end of the year in December. Then his 3rd year he has his last passover and is crucified at 32. He only attended 3 passovers, not 4. If Jesus would have finished out his final year of ministering up to December, then he would have been 33, but he did not, he was murdered in April, 8 months before his 33rd birthday
---Eloy on 2/18/08


1st cliff, you will say and believe whatever you desire.
---Eloy on 2/17/08


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