Something not so related to this, what do you guys think of this apparent contradiction?
In Luke we read,
Luk 23:54-56 And it was Preparation Day, and a sabbath was coming on. And having followed, also the women who were accompanying Him out of Galilee, watched the tomb, and how His body was placed. And returning, they prepared spices and ointment. And indeed they rested on the sabbath, according to the commandment.
So according to Luke, the women prepared the spices and ointment before the Sabbath. However, Mark seems to say the opposite,
Mar 16:1 And the sabbath passing, Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James and Salome, bought spices, so that coming they might anoint Him.
According to Mark, the women bought the spices after the Sabbath. So what is it then? They bought the spices before the Sabbath (like Luke says) or after the Sabbath (like Mark says). Your thoughts?
So the seder was the "talmidim's seder" the night before the actual seder?
but the women were not allowed to work on the sabbath by preparing Yahushua's body. this seems to destroy your interpretation. i'm considering an interpretation where Yahushua is crucified wednesday afternoon, body taken down wednesday evening and prepared by Joseph, and only buried thursday morning.
so, we would have thurs day thurs eve
that is three days and three nights, and then Yahushua is resurrected.