A body of scholarly work addresses the date of the crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth. Passover always begins on the 14th day of the Jewish lunar month of Nisan.
This body of work, together with Roman and Jewish histories, archaeo-astronomy and the words of the Bible allow us to identify the day and almost the moment of his death. (Nisan 14 is in the Spring, which is why Easter is celebrated then).
Dating the Crucifixion Yes, there is more in the sky which declares “Messiah has come.” But to see these things, we must know when to look up. This is our first clue to the date of the crucifixion, because all four Gospels state that Jesus was crucified on Preparation Day, a Friday ().
Peter used the sky as a proof that Messiah had come, but sky did he use? This is a second important clue, because it gives us a solid connection with the ancient Jewish calendar system.
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