Spotless Lamb for 14 Days

Should Catholic Jews (and Messianic Jews) keep the Torah? How should Catholic Jews relate to rabbinical authority?

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Fidesetratio
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Spotless Lamb for 14 Days

Post by Fidesetratio » Thu Jan 22, 2009 2:26 am

Hello All,

Please forgive me here as i am rushing this post, I have been told that Yeshua after he was arrested after the "agony in the garden" was actually held in prison and examined by Herod & Pontius for 14 days - as per the ritual that a spotless lamb is to be held for 14 days before the passover?

I know this doesnt quite mash with the timings presented in the Gospel from the last supper to his crucifixion.

Has anyone encountered this argument?

Peace,
Rob

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Post by Ariel » Thu Jan 22, 2009 11:28 am

never heard about this. What is the source? Such theories should be based on concrete facts to even begin talking about them.

It sounds like a total fabrication. Plus the Passover lamb was only kept for 4 days, not 14 (from 10 Nissan to 14 Nissan), Exodus 12:1-6
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Post by Athol » Mon Jan 26, 2009 1:46 pm

Yes sounds like someone has been eating the magic mushies again.
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Post by Fidesetratio » Tue Jan 27, 2009 5:05 am

Ariel wrote:never heard about this. What is the source? Such theories should be based on concrete facts to even begin talking about them.

It sounds like a total fabrication. Plus the Passover lamb was only kept for 4 days, not 14 (from 10 Nissan to 14 Nissan), Exodus 12:1-6
It was 4 days - sorry.
I was too sporadic in just coming up with a new post from a passing comment...(which was my source).
I think it was to deny Sunday being the "actual" Lords day....

Anyway, I will try and delve deeper with this person on the topic, otherwise if it comes to nothing i think for sake of clarity I will delete this thread topic if the moderators allow it.

Trust me, the mushies I eat arn't that magical.... :P
The fluroided water we now have is probably worse.....

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Post by Athol » Tue Jan 27, 2009 11:14 am

LOL I didn't mean you were on the magic mushies just the person with the theory. In a sense there are four days involved if we start the four on thursday afternoon as the beginning of the 24 hours of the Passion. then we have Friday, saturday and the resurrection on sunday. Sunday is the third day after the crucifixion but the fourth after the beginning of the Passion.
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