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The Seven High Sabbaths – the Appointed Times.

The Spring Feasts:

The Appointed Biblical Times, the Mo’edim.
1st. Pesach (Passover) and The headmost day and the First Day of Unleavened Bread
2nd. Seventh Day of Unleavened Bread.
3rd. Shavu’ot (Pentecost).

The Fall Feasts:

4th. Yom Teruah (The Day of the Awakening Blast, aka, the Day of Shouting).
5th Yom Kippurim (The Day of Judgement, Day of Wiping/s Away – Cleansing).
6th. Sukk’ot (Tabernacles, Booths).
7th. Shemini Atzeret (The Eight Day).

 

General Calendrical Principles.

When does a Genesis Day Begin – in the Evening or Morning?
New Moon – Conjunction or Sighting?
ReNEWed Moon Sightings & Feast Dates 2022 – 2023.
When to add an intercalated XIII (13th) month to the Biblical calendar?
When Does the Genesis Creation Day Begin? A study in Genesis 1:5.
The sunrise to sunrise day.

 

Biblical Chronology – Creation to Christ.

Pinpointing the 11th Year of Artaxerxes I and Daniel 9.
The 37th Year of Nebuchadnezzar and VAT 5047. 

 

Dating the Birth, Ministry, Death and Resurrection of Messiah Yeshua.

Secular, Historical, Cosmological, Chronological and Scriptural Criteria.
Dating the Destruction of the Second Temple.
The Continuous Priestly Cycles of Yehoiarib and Aviyah.
The 15th Year of Tiberius and the Inauguration of Yochanan the Immerser.
The Biblical New Month & the reNewed Crescent Moon Sighting.
The Biblical New Year & the Return of Days.
Intercalation – When to Add a XIII Month.
Quirinius – Roman Governor of Syria.
The Death of Herod – and the Full Eclipse in 1 BC.
The Star of Bethlehem – The Heliacal Rising and Retrograde Movement of Jupiter in 1 BC.
Later of the Sabbaths – not the First Day of the Week – in Mathew, Mark, Luke & John.

 

Perplexed by Paul? Not anymore! Studies in Hebrew and Greek.

LAW and NOMOS [νόμος].
JUSTIFIED and DIKAIOO [δικαιόω].
FAITH / BELIEF / BELIEVE and PISTIS [πίστις].
RIGHTEOUSNESS and DIKAIOSUNE [δικαιούνη].
The FIRST DAY OF THE WEEK and MIA TON SABBATON [σαββάτων].

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