When Herod took Peter, it indicates in Acts 12:3 that he did this DURING the days of unleavened bread. The Passover was on the 14th of the first month, and the days of unleavened bread started on the 15th--the day after. When Peter was captured the Passover had come and gone. Herod was waiting for HIS holiday, Easter, to be over. And the apostles never observed Easter. Some people say Herod waited until after Passover to keep from offending the Jews. Two reasons why this is wrong: the timeline stated above, and the fact that Herod didn't care if they got mad! The timeline proves that the King James translators were right in their translation.