Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Why Two Passovers in a Sunrise Reckoning of the Biblical Day

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Many Lunar Sabbatarians today have or are adopting the reckoning of the Biblical Day that begins at sunrise. In addition, many of those observe 12 hours for Shabbat, instead of the 24 hours that many of us have been taught. Which is correct? Does the scriptural day begin at sunrise or sunset? Is Shabbat to be observed for 12 hours or 24? Does night come before day, or is it the other way around?

The chronology surrounding the Passover, Exodus, and the Crucifixion may provide some answers as to how the Biblical day should be reckoned. At the least, the timing and chronology of the events point out some unavoidable problems with sunrise reckoning. 

In the end, there are some chronology problems that happen with the sunrise reckoning that simply cannot be ignored.

The link provided below is for a paper that reveals some very interesting manipulation of scripture that is necessary in an attempt to make the sunrise reckoning of the day credible.

Please feel free to point out errors, omissions, unscriptural claims, etc.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Sunrise Reckoning and Between the Evenings

Do scriptural days have beginnings and ends? Do they start at sunrise or sunset? A closer look at "beyn ha arbayim" or "between the evenings" gives us some very good clues.

Sunrise Reckoning of the scriptural day and Yahshua's last Passover

Was Yahshua's last Passover with His Disciples on the 13th day?