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discrepancy between gospels
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Here's question. Does the Peshitta clear up the discrepancy between Matthew, Mark, Luke's representation that the Last Supper Jesus had was the Passover supper (Mark 14:12) and John's Gospel which has the Passover coming after Jesus' first trail before Pilate which John has placed in the morning before the start of the Passover (John 18:28).

Shlama Zion,

There is no discrepancy. Passover was a seven day feast.
Eze 45:21 In the first month, in the fourteenth day of the month, ye shall have the passover, a feast of seven days; unleavened bread shall be eaten.

Read Numbers 28 and Leviticus 23.


Dave B
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thanks Dave,

I'm just going over some of the stuff I was taught in seminary, and my nt prof actually pointed out this supposed discrepancy. Thanks for the clarification. I wonder if I should ask for my money back from my NT courses!!
It always feels good to find out the truth!!


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