So just pick a card... any card... (I mean year...). Go ahead. Here's a hat. Reach in and make up a year.Different organizations do different studies - I don't.
Okay... Got it.
Well then good thing I readily admit that Friday is a Roman Catholic concoction. Mostly because Gentiles couldn't care less about Judaism. And that's true even today.And because Christianity will never admit if it even discovered it was wrong that Jesus was not crucified on a Friday. 3 days 3 nights does not add up to Sunday.
Hey... thank you. Now I get to say "irrelevant." Friday had been designated hundreds of years ago. They just didn't care, and it became tradition.Two listed below puts the death of Jesus in April on a Friday and AD 33.
The mixup on the day was because Gentiles were reading accounts of the Messiah without a clue about how Judaism counted days. As to the year, I will readily admit some curiosity about the software that would identify the year upon which the eating of the Passover occurred on Wednesday night.
(There are a lot of mistakes in the articles you've cited.)