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  1. Was the Jubilee Year an Ancient Calendar Formula?

    There has been debate among biblical scholars concerning the Jubilee year inaugurated after Israel’s release from Egypt. It appears to be the last year in a cycle of fifty, hence our popular anniversary events which are celebrated every fifty years. However, a significant minority of authorities disagree with the said length of time. They point out that Jubilee was part of a broader sabbatical system, necessarily divisible by seven. Judah the Prince, a second century rabbi and chief editor of ...

    Updated Jan 2nd 2017 at 05:04 PM by Cyberseeker

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  2. The Moon and New Testament Passover Dates

    The significance of Passover during the ministry years of Jesus may have more to it than its typological fulfillment in Messiah’s sacrifice. For example, a case can be made that the first Passover in his ministry locates a key date in the famed prophecy of ‘Daniels 70 Weeks.’ Also, his last Passover may provide a final answer to the elusive date of his crucifixion.

    Understanding the chronological details of Passover during this period not only nails dates, but enables us to stand ...

    Updated Mar 21st 2016 at 07:27 AM by Cyberseeker

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  3. Was Jesus Crucified on Friday?

    Was Jesus Crucified on Friday? For centuries Christians have celebrated ‘Good Friday’ as the day Jesus died. No one disputed it; the early church agreed with it; the gospel stated it. Here is a statement from Justin Martyr about AD150.


    “For He was crucified on the day before that of Saturn; and on the day after that of Saturn, which is the day of the Sun, having appeared to His apostles and disciples, He taught them these things, which we have submitted to you also for
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    Updated Aug 11th 2011 at 11:24 PM by Cyberseeker

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  4. The date of Jesus’ death

    We say that the cross of Christ was the apex of human history. So it was. And we agree that the earth-shattering sacrifice on Calvary was the fulfilment of that which was written.

    Why is it then that there isn't unanimous agreement about the date? Experts differ from approximately AD 27 to AD 36 as to when it happened and followers say it doesn't matter much anyway. It does matter. It is the centre point of prophecy! Entire prophetic systems stand or fall on correct timing as it ...

    Updated Feb 21st 2016 at 07:49 PM by Cyberseeker

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