You agreed with me that he wasn't, #1090. Otherwise he broke the commandments to stay in doors on the seder night based on your logic.
I stated that the scoffer's point of view is in error
! Jewjitzu also is in error
! Jesus did not
break the commandment to stay in doors on the seder night, because the Last Supper was not
the Passover feast, according to Mosaic Law. Which Jewish faction leadership did you learn from, on how to keep the Passover, and Feast of Unleavened Bread? There is only one
God, and only one
way to keep it according to Mosaic Law. (i.e. not
the many ways that the religious Jews kept it after Jesus' crucifixion)
One's understanding of the Holy Week chronology is in error. (i.e. scoffer's point of view)
"According to the Scriptures" (i.e. Genesis 1:1 - Revelation 22:21), (i.e. believer's point of view), the Messiah, Jesus (Matthew 16:16), was crucified on the fifth day of the week, our Thursday today, before
the appointed time of the Passover offering. (i.e. Exodus 12:6)
Jesus was crucified on the fifth day of the week, on the fourteenth day of the first month before the offering of the Passover. The only Paschal Blood Sacrifice accepted by God at this appointed time (i.e. Exodus 12:6 - "beyn ha'arbaryim - "between two evenings" - "twilight"), was found in Jesus Christ, our Paschal Lamb slain
in the twilight, one sacrifice for sins forever. The "appointed time" (i.e. Exodus 12:6 - fourteenth day at "beyn ha'arbayim") began three hours after Jesus was crucified, beginning at noon.
” displayed in the Key of David illustrations)
(Key of David illustrations - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-vRZXXbDELqfrMOM1aGgVH9icPmPgpIx/view
In Messiah’s (Christ’s) service,
Soli Deo Gloria!
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