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answered Why is the tribe of Dan missing from Revelation 7:5-8?
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comment At what time did Jesus rise from the tomb?
Hi Simons, I'm of the belief Jesus is the Christ and He fulfilled the sign of His messiahship. Whether He was crucified on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday and rose on Saturday (Sabbath) or Sunday (Wavesheaf) is difficult to say seeing they each have pros and cons. In the past I admit I was in favor of the Wednesday crucifixion-Saturday resurrection theory, but I've re-studied it of late and am no longer so adamant. As regards the Sabbath, at present I'm of the view both the weekly and annual Sabbaths occurred on the same day (Saturday) making that Sabbath a "great day" or "high day" (Jn 19:31).
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accepted What does sabbaton deuteroproton in Luke 6:1 refer to?
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comment What does sabbaton deuteroproton in Luke 6:1 refer to?
Although I'd like to think it's not a textual error I'm willing to concede to the possibilty. What irks me, however, is its possible relation to the Greek phrase mia ton sabbaton in the resurrection accounts of the gospel writers (i.e. Mt 28:1; Mk 16:2; Lk 24:1; Jn 20:1.), which has long proven a source of debate considering the alternative interpretation is that it refers to the seven week count from Firstfruits to Pentecost (Lv 23:9-22). Nevertheless many thanks for your solid response!
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