(11-14-2015, 09:59 PM)Kreeper Wrote:
(11-14-2015, 06:49 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:
(11-14-2015, 06:20 PM)Kreeper Wrote:
(11-14-2015, 05:21 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:
(11-14-2015, 05:10 PM)Kreeper Wrote: Jesus wasn't crucified on Friday. He was crucified on Wednesday. If he existed at all...
How do you know which day it was?
I was there.
How many days was he in the grave? 3
He was taken down from the cross just in time to get him in there before dark. Their days ran from 6 pm to 6 pm. So, he was taken down on Wednesday and put in the grave/tomb just in time for the start of Thursday and was out by Sunday morning. Three days = Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Just another Christian lie.
Was he not taken down at time of death...how long does it take to die on the cross (also depends on cruxifiction method, supposed there are two or more methods)? More math is involved here.
He supposedly was hung at 9 am and died about 3 pm ( and they barely had time to get him down, wrap his body and gt him to the tomb before dark. They didn't even have time to prepare the body which is why they were returning to the tomb on Sunday morning. Why not until Sunday? Because Thursday was Passover and Friday was the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Both are high sabbath days. Saturday is also a sabbath. They had no choice but wait until Sunday.
Yup, take with a grain of salt, then toss it over your left shoulder.
“Bible Christians,” based on their tradition, study the Bible with these premises:
◾There is no binding authority but the Bible alone.
◾There is no official binding interpretation or interpreter.
◾The Bible is perspicuous (i.e., easy to understand) and can be interpreted and understood by anyone.
◾An individual can and should read the Bible and interpret it for himself.
Catholics, based on their Tradition, study the Bible with different premises:
◾The authority of the apostles and the Church preceded the Bible, and the Tradition of the Church is an equally infallible authority (2 Thess. 2:15; CCC 80–83). The Bible is part of the apostolic Tradition.
◾The authoritative interpretation of the Bible is the prerogative of the Catholic Church (1 Tim. 3:15; Matt. 18:17; CCC 85-88).
◾The Bible is not always easy to understand (2 Pet. 3:15-16) and needs to be understood within its historical and contextual framework and interpreted within the community to which it belongs.
◾Individuals can and should read the Bible and interpret it for themselves—but within the framework of the Church’s authoritative teaching and not based on their own private interpretation (2 Pet 1:20-21).
Spilled salt: Because of Judas Iscariot, spilling the seasoning is associated with lies
The Last Supper has given us two common superstitions: the first is that you should never seat 13 at dinner, and the second is that spilling salt brings bad luck.
If you look closely at Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of the Last Supper, you can see that Judas has knocked the salt cellar over with his elbow. Thanks to Judas Iscariot, spilled salt is associated with treachery and lies. If you do spill salt, a pinch thrown over your left shoulder is supposed to blind the devil waiting there."
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