BrotherArnold wrote:JMSchattke wrote:Eriq, you are a piece of work.
The "between the evenings" reference is from Ex 13; it refers to when to slaughter the lamb. The lamb, that if it's blood wasn't on the lintels of your doorway, meant every firstborn in the house would die - during the night.
You can bet that the Israelites knew exactly what time it meant, because that same lamb - killed between the evenings - was roasted immediately and to be eaten - all of it - before morning. During that same night.
Ex 13 is very clear. ×¢×¨×‘ leaves no wiggle room. You seem to just refuse to admit you are wrong.
RESPONSE; shalom Brother JMSchattke, Brother Eric is correct in saying that between the evenings is between the darks. The Scripture definition of evening is dark according to Genesis and ever where else it is used, therefore between the evenings is between the darks of a 24-hour day. I challenge anyone to find one place in Scripture where evening is not dark or making reference of between the darks. People try to tell me that evening means this or that but can never find their definition in Scripture. Can you?
I know to Strong's concordance uses the Word dusk, night, evening, etc. but do we know what dusk meant to Strong's back then? I believe Strong's understood dusk as being dark because no where in the Scripture is dusk the way we understand it today. I showed where the Septuagint even translated it as night evening or dark. Dusk the way we understand it today is not dark but backthen it was. Example as the gates BEGAN to grow dark BEFORE the Sabbath. Began to grow dark would be dusk as we understand it today but dark is when the Sabbath began.
By the way where you aware that the Scripture conclusive proof that there is a between the evening before sunrise as well as a between the evening at the going down of the sun? If not this may be where the confusion comes in.
I will await your conclusive Scripture where evening is not dark.
When do you kill the Passover Lamb? What day and at what time? When do you eat it, and when do you begin to eat Unleavened Bread? I hope you don't mind my asking this in light of what you are saying about 'evening' and 'dark'.