Comment updating ago matthew day Chaturban

The Wednesday view holds that this “Sabbath” was the Passover (see Leviticus -31, -32, 39, where high holy days that are not necessarily the seventh day of the week are referred to as the Sabbath).

The second Sabbath that week was the normal weekly Sabbath.

The Sabbath that was a high holy day (Passover) occurred on Thursday, the women purchased spices (after that) on Friday and returned and prepared the spices on the same day, they rested on Saturday which was the weekly Sabbath, then brought the spices to the tomb early Sunday.

comment updating ago matthew day-72

I was, however, able to glean an understanding of the rule and its application by asking around.

The first thing to remember is that Apple always had a “do not clone” guideline in the document.

Every time Apple’s developer conference rolls around we get a smattering of changes to the App Store Review guidelines.

This corpus of rules can be, in turns, opaque and explicit, and has caused a decent amount of consternation over the years for developers as they try to read into how Apple might interpret one rule or another.

" from " The Wednesday opinion states that there were two Sabbaths that week.

After the first one (the one that occurred on the evening of the crucifixion [Mark ; Luke -54]), the women purchased spices—note that they made their purchase after the Sabbath (Mark 16:1).

Purchasing the spices after the first Sabbath (Passover) would have meant they purchased them on Saturday and were breaking the Sabbath.

Therefore, according to the Wednesday viewpoint, the only explanation that does not violate the biblical account of the women and the spices and holds to a literal understanding of Matthew , is that Christ was crucified on Wednesday.

Respectfully, I do not think the circumlocution theory properly explains this problem.

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