7447Re: [sl] Just who do you think you are, Jesus?
- Oct 2, 2007--- vincent beall <theosophers@...> wrote:
> --- danw888 <danw@...> wrote:
> > Hi, Vincent
> > Did a little Wikipedia research on the timing for
> > the Entrance into
> > Jerusalem. Seems to be associated with Passover
> > Sukkoth, not
> > Purim.
> > Dan
> Hello again Dan,
> I hope I am mistaken but I very sure that it was
> Jerusalem Purim that he was celebrating. He had the
> day before the Jerusalem celebration, celebrated
> Countryside Purim. You see there are two Purim
> First Purim is celebrated in the country then the
> following day celebrated in Jerusalem, this for
> security reasom; being that everyone is in
I don't know what to say. I looked up the passages
that I cited above, but I cannot now find them. I had
meant to type that "I hope that I am not mistaken" in
the post above, and it seems that I am mistaken in
thinking that the feast in the country is cited just
before the next days ride into Jerusalem.
You might know where the passage is even though
apparently it is not connected.
It occurs late in each gospel and in it the disciples
try to disuade Jesus from going to the country feast
because they claim that he will be arrested by the
Jews and futher they advise him, if he has to go to
wear a disguise. He attends with out a disguise is
very well recieved, and the scripture states, "no one
said a word to him" 'concerning his impending arrest'.
Do you recall such a passage?
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