The three days and three nights in the tomb

According to all four Gospels, Eashoa (Jesus) is said to have been in the tomb for three days and three nights. Most people think that there is a discrepancy there; but there really isn't -- if you know what the Ancient Aramaic says. Three days and three nights doesn't mean 72 hours. In Biblical times, day meant daytime and night meant nighttime. Daytime and nighttime changed according to season. In the summer the hours of light were longer and in the winter they were shorter, (as Judea is in the Northern Hemisphere.) Here's a video commentary that deals with this controversy.

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