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Apr
20
The Days in Genesis
Genesis 1:5
“And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.”
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Easter/Resurrection

Holy Week: The Problem of Three Days and Three Nights

Author: 
Ian Taylor

Most people assume that Jesus died on “Good Friday” and rose from the dead on “Easter,” Sunday morning. Since Jesus said He would rise, “the third day” some count part of Friday as one day, Saturday as the second, and part of Sunday as the third. But when we take a closer look at the Scriptures, we find that Jesus spoke of the time between His burial and resurrection as, “three days and three nights.” From Friday afternoon until Sunday morning is not three days and three nights! What then is the correct explanation?

Footnotes: 

Attributed to R. A. Torrey, 1907

The Resurrection And Modern Science

Author: 
Gary Habermas, Ph.D

During this season of the year the thoughts of Christians around the world turn to Easter and to the event which this holiday celebrates - the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is the capstone of our faith. Indeed, Paul says that without it, there would be no faith at all (I Cor. 15:14).

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The Problem of Holy Week

Author: 
Ian Taylor

The Babylonian Calendar. The earliest times for which we have archaeological and historical evidences are those of the Babylonian empire. The Babylonians, or an earlier civilization, celebrated the year as 360 days, that is, the time taken for the Sun to complete its cycle. This is known as the "solar year" but today we understand that the Earth takes 365.2422 days to orbit the Sun. The Babylonians divided the circle into 360 degrees - one degree per day. The Moon's orbit around the Earth takes 29.5 days and orbits the Earth just over 12 times a year.

Is Easter Central in Your Life?

Author: 
Pastor Walter Lang

Is Easter Central in Your Life?

In Colossians 1:16-20 we are told that the Christ who created all things also upholds all things; that He must be God to save us from our sins; that He had to rise from the dead; that He who is above all angels and devils, must be predominant in all things.

How About Geology?

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© 1967 Bible Science Newsletter, Pastor Walter Lang. Creation Moments, Inc. PO Box 839, Foley, MN 56329
800-422-4253 www.creationmoments.com

Christian Festivals

Author: 
Ian T. Taylor

A note on calendar dates. The earliest times for which we have archaeological and historical evidences are those of Babylon and its empire. The Babylonians, or an earlier civilization, noted that the Sun took 360 days to complete its cycle; this has always been known as the “solar year” but today we view this as the time taken for the Earth to orbit the Sun. The Babylonians divided this orbit, the circle, into 360 degrees, one for each day.

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