Do We Know the Exact Date of Christ’s Resurrection? Here’s the Intriguing Evidence

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The most important events for the Christian faith, Christ’s Crucifixion and Resurrection, were real historical events. So do we know exactly when they happened?

We know Jesus died on a Friday and rose on a Sunday, but do we know exactly which day and year?

The brilliant Dr. Taylor Marshall, of the New St. Thomas Institute, thinks he knows the exact dates: April 3rd, A.D. 33 for the Crucifixion, and April 5th, A.D. 33 for the Resurrection.

In the video below, he presents his intriguing arguments for why he thinks these are the dates:

What do you think of his argument? Share in the comments!

[See also: 3 Historical Facts About the Resurrection All Skeptics Must Reckon With]

[See also: When Jesus Stormed the Gates of Hell: The Forgotten Events of Holy Saturday]




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