CHRIST DIED ON A WEDNESDAY AND ROSE ON A SATURDAY

This article is not a seperate one of it's own but is simply cut out of Lecture 4.3 of www.TheTrueacademy.com

8 DOCTRINAL ERRORS IN THE BIBLE

The Bible- though is scripture, yet has been infiltrated and corrupted

Casual observation and study of the Bible seem to reveal doctrinal errors but careful observation and study of it further classifies these observed doctrinal errors into 2 categories:

  1. Doctrinal errors arising from a desperate infiltration and corruption of the Bible text.
  2. Doctrinal errors arising from a mere misinterpretation and misunderstanding of the Bible.

We aim to look at true doctrinal errors that arise from the actual corruption of the Bible text and are therefore supposed to omit the second category of doctrinal errors from our discussion, but it would very much be helpful to use this opportunity to discuss them so as to clarify them.

8 major cases which are either actual doctrinal errors or which only appear to be doctrinal errors will be discussed here and briefly studied to determine if they are errors by text corruption or errors by text misinterpretation. The number of doctrinal errors in the Bible is not limited to just 8 actually but these 8 have been picked out because they are the ones that can rid or almost rid one of his or her salvation if they’re strongly believed and not denounced. They include:

  1. The Gospel
  2. Apostleship
  3. The Calendars
  4. Baptism
  5. Tongue Speaking
  6. The Nature of God And of Man
  7. Rapture
  8. Tithe

3THE CALENDARS

Not many Christians know that there existed two different calendar systems used in Yahushua/Jesus’ day, the proof of this can be best elaborated in 7 steps:

  1. The Messiah did eat the Passover before his death:
  2. The Passover feast is a feast that is to be held once a year on the 14th day of the Jewish first month- Nissan [Lev 23:5]. Contrary to what the church says, the last supper was a Passover meal [Mt 26:17; Luk 22:8; Mt 26:18; 26:19; Luk 22:15]. Hence column 1-3/row 1 on "the Messiah’s last days" table below.

  3. The Messiah ate his Passover before the Jews ate theirs:
  4. Most Christians have never noticed that while the Jews were preparing to eat the Passover just after they had crucified Yahushua/Jesus [Joh 18:28], Yahushua/Jesus had already eaten his a day before [Mt 26:19]. Hence column 1-3/row 1-2 on "the Messiah’s last days" table.

  5. The next sabbath day just after the Messiah's death was not a Saturday:
  6. The Sabbath day that came immediately after the death of Yahushua/Jesus was not the regular Saturday Sabbath but was a high day Sabbath. Though it is recorded that the day after Yahushua/Jesus died was a Sabbath day [Luk 23:54; Mar 15:42], nevertheless, that Sabbath day was not the regular weekly Saturday but was a high Sabbath day [Joh 19:31]. What is a high day you ask? A high day is a Jewish feast holy convocation day when no work was to be done also just like is the case with the weekly Sabbath day, it is called a high day because it was an ordinary day that nevertheless required a Sabbath day rest treat. A high day/holy convocation day can fall on any day of the week, [Lev 23:1-44]; since no work was to be done on a high day, the Jews couldn’t possibly therefore have held their Passover on that high day obviously but after it. Hence column 1-3/row 1-3 on "the Messiah’s last days table".

  7. The Messiah died in the midst of the week:
  8. Daniel in [Dan 9:27] revealed that the Messiah would be killed in the midst of the week. TheTrueacademy asks what day is the middle of the week. Friday or Wednesday? Hence column 1- 4/row 1-5 on "the Messiah’s last days" table.

  9. The Messiah spent 3 days and 3 nights in the grave:
  10. Yahushua/Jesus said in [Mt 12:38-40] that the only sign he’d give to prove that he was and is truly the Messiah was to die and be in the grave for 3 days and 3 nights just like Jonah was in the belly of the fish. After which he would resurrect bodily. He even before that made it clear that there are 12 hours in a day (sunlight hours [Joh 11:9]) so as to maybe give us a yardstick for the proper counting of his time in the grave. So if Yahushua/Jesus declared that there are 12 hours in a day, he is therefore insinuating that there would also be 12 hours in a night to make a 24 hours whole day right?
    For the Messiah who died on Wednesday to spend 3 days and 3 nights in the grave, he had to compulsorily rise on Saturday. Hence column 1-5/row 1-5 on "the Messiah’s last days" table.

    Weirdly and unscripturally, The Jews begin their days at evenings (12 hrs. behind normal day-start time), so Friday when they ate their own Passover would have actually began on Thursday evening, just after the high Sabbath day of rest came to an end at 6pm. (They actually took 4pm as the practical beginning of their evenings, so the high day would have actually ended at about 4pm- the time they would begin killing their sheep for their Passover)
    But then again, as Christendom teach, the Bible according to their interpretation reveals that he died on Friday (evening) and resurrected on Sunday (morning). Friday evening to Sunday morning cannot be 3 days and 3 nights but 2 days and 2 nights instead. Take your time to do the counting.

  11. The Messiah rose before the dawn of Sunday:
  12. All the gospel account do report that the women approached the tomb just before the dawning of the first day of the week (Sunday) and found the grave empty [Mt 28:1-6; Mar 16:1-6; Luk 24:1-6; Joh 20:1-5]. Did you get it? The grave was already empty before Sunday dawned. Since God’s day begins with morning at 6am and not with night at 12am like ours (day 1 of Genesis began with light or day and not darkness or night [Gen 1:3-5]. A tomorrow begins with morning as seen in [Est 2:14; Zep 3:3] and also, John reveals that the first day of the week started with morning and ended with evening or dark as seen in [Joh 20:19]),
    it then obviously means that the Messiah would have of course risen before that very Sunday- the Messiah precisely rose on Saturday (evening), it couldn’t have been any other day because for the Messiah who died on Wednesday to spend 3 days and 3 nights in the grave, he had to compulsorily rise on Saturday and not Sunday. Hence column 1-5/row 1-6 on "the Messiah’s last days" table.

  13. The women only had one free day to annoint the Messiah's body before his ressurection:
  14. Due to feast activities, the women only had time to anoint the Lord’s body once before he resurrected. The women quickly wrapped the Lord’s body up and placing it in the tomb on the evening of his killing because the high Sabbath which began at 6pm that day and which required them not to do any work whatsoever drew near [Lev 23:5-7] they never had the time to properly anoints the Lord’s body from then till the day they discovered the Messiah was risen. Christians have never asked why the women had to wait until after the Messiah had risen to come and anoint his body, had these women forgotten their Messiah so soon? Of course not. Looking at "the Messiah’s last days table", it gets pretty obvious that the women after laying Christ in the tomb were thereafter privileged with only one day as a free day to return back to the tomb for the Lord’s body anointing. That day was a Sunday. Hence column 1-6/row 1-6 on "the Messiah’s last days" table.

    The long undiscovered truth is that Yahushua/Jesus recognized a different Nissan 14 than that of the Jews because he used the scriptural solar calendar (now called the Essen Qumran calendar) while the Jews used the unscriptural luni-solar Babylonian calendar which they still use to this present day.


Column1 Column2 Column3 Column4 Column5 Column6
Event Event description 1 Day name Day name Event description 2 The women
Row1 The last supper
[Luk 22:15]
On God’s Passover day
[Mt 26:17]
Unknown until point 4, 5 and 6. Tuesday
Row2 The Lord’s crucifixion Day after his Passover
[Joh 18:28]
Unknown until point 4, 5 and 6. Wednesday Night 1 of Christ in the grave. The Jews begin their high day by 6pm
[Joh 19:31]
Row3 The high Sabbath day Not a Saturday
[Joh 19:31]
Unknown until point 4, 5 and 6. Thursday Day 1/night 2 of Christ in the grave. The women keeping the high day of rest (wherein no work was to be done) till 6pm when they began their Passover.
Row4 The Jew’s Passover Occurred on a day after Messiah’s Passover, death and also after the high day
[Mat 26:3-5]
Unknown until point 4, 5 and 6. Friday Day 2/night 3 of Christ in the grave. The Jew’s Passover ends by 6pm after which the women most likely quickly went to buy the spices.
Row5 The Lord rises Saturday Unknown until point 4, 5 and 6. Saturday Day 3/night 3 of Christ in the grave. Christ rose just as the evening began (at 6pm thereabout). The women keeping the Sabbath day of rest which ended by 6pm. But because it was already dark, the women thought to arrive the tomb as early as possible the next morning.
Row6 Sunday The Lord is already risen of course. As you can see, the women very well had their Lord in mind throughout because they arrived the tomb very early even before Sunday dawned but nevertheless found the tomb empty
[Mt 28:1-6]

THE TWO CALENDARS CONTRASTED


Essen Qumran solar calendar The Babylonian luni-solar calendar
Revealed by Enoch of [Gen 5:24] in his book- the book of Enoch, which the Church left out of the Bible. Instituted by Babylon and learnt by the Israelites when they were held captives in Babylon for 70 years.
A solar calendar which rightly makes the sun the greater light. A luni-solar which unscripturally makes the moon the greater light.
Days begin with light/mornings by 6am. Days begin with darkness/evenings by 6pm.
Passover always fell on a Tuesday "on a perfect year". Passover could fall on any day.

30 AD when Yahushua/Jesus really died was the year when Passover according to the Qumran calendar fell 2 days just before Passover according to the Babylonian calendar (Jesus ate his Passover on Tuesday evening and the Jews ate theirs on Thursday evening)

The gospel writers of course knew about the existence of these 2 calendars in Israel for it went without saying and so this dual-calendar system didn’t have to be explained to anybody, and so they just wrote the gospels intercalating these 2 calendars without indicating wherever a switch was made. This created the unintended confusion a 21st century Bible reader who has no knowledge of the dual-calendar system used in the time of Yahushua/Jesus faces when he reads the gospel accounts.


Consequence of this information


It is clear that since Yahushua/Jesus did not eat his Passover meal the same time as the Jews, he and the Jews couldn’t therefore have been using the same calendar. Of what value is this information you may ask? It so happens that it is the truth of Israel’s dual-calendar system that explains why the birthday (Christmas), death day (Good-friday) and the resurrection day (Easter-sunday) of Yahushua/Jesus remains a subject of conspiracy in Christendom till date. It is the knowledge of this dual-calendar use that explains why Yahushua/Jesus who though revealed to us that he would be in the grave for 3 days and 3 nights, still got his message twisted by the church, a church which got so confused with interpreting scripture that they just blindly- without wisdom, concluded that Friday to Sunday must be 3 days and 3 nights in some way, pathetic.

Well Yahushua/Jesus cannot all at the same time stay in the grave for 3 days and 3 nights and also for 2 days and 2 nights. It is either one or the other. This is the doctrinal error of the time in grave as well as the doctrinal error of the proof of Yahushua/Jesus’ deity. But wisdom has shown that this so-called doctrinal error is not one introduced into the Bible by any external agent but one that actually arises from the incorrect interpretation of the Bible which proved that there were actually 2 calendar systems being used in Yahushua/Jesus times.


A Simple question for the church about the day of the Messiah's death

  1. If the scripture reveals that the Messiah will be cut off (killed) in the midst of the week [Dan 9:27], how then does Friday (the 6th day of the week) become the midst of the week when the Messiah was supposedly killed according to the church?

Take your time; I’ll wait for the answer on my email or Facebook inboxes.


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