If we want to understand the timing of Yeshua’s Third-Day resurrection, we must first understand how the priestly families of the House of Tzadok (“Zadok”) defined a day.
For the priestly House of Tzadok (Ezekiel 44:23-24), a 24-hour day was measured from sunrise to sunrise. For the Pharisee Separatists, a 24-hour day was measured from sunset to sunset. These measurements of the passage of time were two reckoning systems that operated side-by-side at the time of Yeshua’s public ministry.
Also, to understand the timing of Yeshua’s Third-Day resurrection, it is important to recognize how these two religious groups defined the starting and ending dates for the 50 days and 7 Sabbaths Count of the Omer based on Leviticus 23:15.
Join us for this two-part podcast in my teaching series, “An Analysis of the Passion Week Timeline of Yeshua’s Crucifixion to His Resurrection – PART 20: Event Numbers 25-26. This episode will set the stage to help us better understand the resurrection timing that is reflected in the recorded resurrection narratives of Matthew 28:1, Mark 16:1-2, Luke 24:1, and John 20:1.