Since you originally only asked for ONE Scripture, and since you don't believe the ONE that you found for me, i believe i have proved my case. And although we do "agree" that it is referring to "BTE", we don't agree on what "BTE" is, so that is no agreement. My contention, which this verse CONCLUSIVELY PROVES, is that "evening" and "BTE" occur at the same time. So either the Passover sacrifice wasn't commanded at 3pm, OR "evening" isn't always "dark".BrotherArnold wrote:“1. Do you believe that the Passover lamb is sacrificed around 3pm?”
RESPONSE; YES! Between the evenings/darks.
“2. Do you believe the Passover lamb was sacrificed "at even" (B'EREB)? (see Deut. 16 :6)”
RESPONSE; NO! I believe this word, which means dark, should be understood as BETWEEN THE DARKS/evenings as many other Scriptures teaches. See Exodus 12:6 etc.
“3. Do you still insist that "evening" is ALWAYS "dark"?
RESPONSE; YES! Until someone can conclusively show otherwise. Do you have another Scripture that you can use, or is this the ONLY ONE, because we both agree that Deuteronomy 16:6 is referring to BETWEEN THE EVENINGS according to Exodus 12:6?
And for the record, my answers to all 3 questions are exactly the opposite of yours.
No, it should be understood that "BTE" & "evening" are concurrent. There are several Hebrew words for "dark", and NONE of them are etymologically related to "Ereb".“If you answered "YES" to ALL 3 questions, then by deductive reasoning (LOGIC), it must be "dark" at 3pm.
RESPONSE; since we both agree that it is not dark at 3 p.m., it is obvious that Deuteronomy 16:6 should be understood as BETWEEN THE EVENINGS even though the word for evening/dark is used.
Since it is clear that you will reject any Scripture i come up with, OR you'll simply add more conditions to your challenge, i respectfully decline your new challenge.I challenge you to pinpoint a conclusive EVENING THAT IS NOT referring to “between the evenings” BUT is referring to anything other than dark.
If you're speaking of the "24-hr day", in Gen.1 they ended (and the next day started) in the MORNING. Or, if you're speaking of the "12-hr day", "evening" is the point where the 12-hr day ends. So either way we're back to "BTE" (YOUR definition) being a completely abmiguous and meaningless term that has no purpose being in Scripture.In Genesis one we find the Hebrew word evening which ends day ONE and then again the word evening that ends day TWO. Why would not between the evenings be anywhere between day ONE and day TWO?
Since you will argue against anything, such a task is futile.I challenge you to find 1 Single Pl. in Scripture that cannot be argued against, where evening means anything other than dark.
I rest my case.