Thursday, April 5, 2012

Timeline of Holy Week Tells Who Was Where and When

The blog at Bible Gateway has a great timeline of Holy Week. While some of the resources they suggest are from a Protestant prospective that I might not recommend, this is one I do. It is firmly rooted in Scripture and is a great resource.
Here is part of the description:
Because the Gospel writers weren’t concerned about writing strict chronological accounts, the details and timing of some events are open to interpretation. For example, when exactly did Judas meet with some of the Jewish leaders to agree to betray Jesus for thirty pieces of silver? What did Jesus do on Wednesday? The chart shows one of several possible sequences of events.

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