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<h1> let us reason refutation chronologies passion week </h1>

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LetUsReason.com study A Refutation Of Alternative Chronologies Of The Passion Week Let Us Reason

Today, there exists much confusion surrounding the dating and chronology of events taking place during the Passion Week of Christ. There are those who now are advocating for a Wednesday or a Thursday crucifixion and a Saturday resurrection. To the casual onlooker unschooled in the original languages, their points may initially appear to have some validity. But because this issue is so important – in that it affects so many other date-sensitive prophetic timelines in the Bible – it is imperative that we go into some further depth in order to examine these points. In this study, A Refutation Of Alternative Chronologies Of The Passion Week, we will touch on some of the major objections put forward by those who reject the traditional viewpoint of a Friday crucifixion and a Sunday resurrection – and we will explore their validity.

Contents:

 

  • Introduction

  • The Traditional Christian View – Friday Crucifixion And Sunday Resurrection

  • Introduction To The Alternative Chronologies

  • Objection #1: “Scripture indicates there were two separate Sabbaths in between the time Jesus died and resurrected, making the crucifixion Wednesday or Thursday rather than Friday” 

  • Objection #2: “Certain passages of Scripture indicate that the resurrection took place on a Saturday rather than a Sunday”

  • Objection #3: “The women bought spices after the Sabbath (Mark 16:1) and prepared spices before they rested on the Sabbath (Luke 23:55-56)”

  • Objection #4: “A Friday crucifixion with a Sunday resurrection would violate the 'three days, three nights ‘sign of Jonah’ prophecy' in Matthew 12:40” 

  • Further Considerations

  • Conclusion

  • Appendix

  • Sources

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