Friday, June 1, 2012

The exact date of the death of the Savior

 Scientists were able to predict the exact date of the death of our Lord Jesus Christ!


International Geology Review points to Friday 3rd of April, 33 A.D. as the more likely day of the death of Jesus. This is due to recent researches, focused on earthquake activity at the Dead Sea, located 13 miles from Jerusalem. The Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 27, mentions that an earthquake coincided with the crucifixion [Don't ask theologians at MST and SVST about this.  They'll question even the events written in the Gospel.  They'll call it embellishment, the literary freedom of the writer to make the simple death more fit for storybooks and Hollywood.  That is MODERNISM at work folks, and we call them REVEREND FATHERS.  They know better than the Evangelists because, you know why?  They have the degree and the Evangelists don't!  Matthew was a slimy tax collector, Mark who knows what was doing, he just showed up and wrote SOMETHING, John was lowly fishermen, and Luke was a physician BUT NEVER a theologian or a liturgist....Wah?!  Why did the liturgist thing got inserted here?  Well, force of habit.  Ha!]

To analyze earthquake activity in the region, geologist Jefferson Williams of Supersonic Geophysical and colleagues Markus Schwab and Achim Brauer of the German Research Center for Geosciences studied three cores from the beach of the Ein Gedi Spa adjacent to the Dead Sea.

Varves, which are annual layers of deposition in the sediments, reveal that at least two major earthquakes affected the core: a widespread earthquake in 31 B.C. and an early first century seismic event that happened sometime between 26 A.D. and 36 A.D.

The latter period occurred during “the years when Pontius Pilate was procurator of Judea and when the earthquake of the Gospel of Matthew is historically constrained,” Williams said.

According the researchers, their study proves that a local earthquake happened, strong enough to deform the varves in Ein Gedi, but not strong or wide enough to produce a wider historical memory.


And atheists say that science and religion will never co-exist!


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