Wednesday Crucifixion— Why no! GE: Dear Ituttut, Thank you from the depth of my heart for your responses and your wonderful attitude on this web page, http://www.baptistboard.com/showthread.php?t=73164&page=4. I post them here, arranged in response-to-response order, with remarks by myself with which I hope that more light will be shed on the remaining difficulties between us. I hope you have read my posts, “BONE-day” combining day” http://www.baptistboard.com/showthread.php?t=73633. Much of what I wrote there, will apply here. http://www.baptistboard.com/showthread.php?t=73164&page=4 GE: No Dr Walter, I have said everything I could, already. I have finished with this conversation. If you feel you have 'WON', enjoy your feeling! God be with you GE DW: Here are your words: Luke by having said, “"TODAY IS THE THIRD DAY" since he was crucified”, IMPLIED Sunday was the fourth day “from” and INCLUDING, the day of the Crucifixion in the most definitive and definite manner language could convey the IMPLICATION. 1. You are quoting Luke 21:24 when you put in parenthesis "TODAY IS THE THIRD DAY since he was crucified" 2. You are drawing an implication from these words when you say, "IMPLIED Sunday was the fourth day "from" and INCLUDING, the day of Crucifixion" You are wrong in your drawn implication. Sunday is not the fourth day "from" (apo) from the Crucifixion as that would demand that "apo" includes the day of crucifixion but the very root idea of apo is from the exterior not the interior of that day. You are wrong that "apo" allows "INCLUDING, the day of Crucifixion" - You are simply just wrong and too proud to admit it. GE: Ituttut, read Exodus 12:15. It says, "Seven days ye shall eat unleavened bread." Then it goes on to explain the chronology as well as methodology of passover days and events --- the 'when' and the 'how' of the passover days and events. IT: We do agree it does say seven days shall you eat.