The date of the Pasion

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  1. Goinheix

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    As I say in other thread...I have prepared the harmony of the Gospels. That includes the harmony of the Pasion: from the entry to Jerusalem to the resurrection. The surprising dicovery is that Jesus were not crucified the same day of his arrest but almos a week later.

    Some christians believe that Jesus was crucified on a Fri, others in Thu and even in Wed. That is not the porpose of this thread. This Thread is to discuss if Jesus was crucified on Nisan 14th, 15th or as I teach, in 20th.
     
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    How do you come to that conclusion?
     
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    On Nisan 14th Jesus told Peter and Jhon to prepare the Passover Dinner.
    Entering the night he (Jesus) sat down to eat the Passover Dinner. In the Jew calendar, that was already the 15th.
    Since Jesus did celebrated Passover with the disciples the night of the 15Th it is clear that he was not crucified on the 14th.
    The night of the 15th, after eating the Passover Jesus (with the disciples) went to the Mount of the Olives and got arrested before sunrise. That is still the 15th.
    Jesus was crucified some time, not before his arrest on the early hours of the 15th, but after his arrest.
    Since he was crucified by 9am, the earliest date shall be the same morning of the 15th. But the 15th is a High Sabbath and Jesus was crucified in a preparation day.
    If Jesus was crucified on a preparation day, we must think on the 14th wich is a preparation day. But we already know that Jesus was crucified after his arrest, not before, and he was arrested the morning of the 15th.

    We have to be open mind and get out of this mess.
    Jesus Christ is our Passover, and he died according to the scriptures. Jesus Christ was crucified as our Passover Lamb according the scriptures.
    The scriptures describe the Passover Fest as a week long fest having a lamb sacrified every day of the week long fest. That makes possible for Jesus to be crucified any one of the days of the week long fest.
    The scriptures describes the first day (15th) and last day (21st) as High Sabbath; making the 14th and the 20th preparation days.

    If Jesus was crucified on the Passover week, on a preparation day, after the morning of the 15th...then he was crucified on the 20th.
     

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