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Up until the first Passover in Egypt, the Jewish first month was Tishri, being about September. That was considered the creation of the earth and Adam/Eve. this month [Nisan] shall be unto you the beginning of months--the first not only in order but in estimation. It had formerly been the seventh according to the reckoning of the civil year, which began in ...


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Hippolytus's Easter table has ΠΑΘΟϹ ΧϹ (the passion of Christ) on a day on which the 14th of the Paschal moon falls on Friday, March 25th. The computist of AD 243 says that the world was created on March 25th, and that Jesus was born on Wednesday, March 28th, the same day that the sun and moon were created. (De Pascha Computus 4). But he says the ...


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