Monday, February 19, 2018

King Herod intended to bring Peter to trial after Easter?

Did you ever notice that the KJV in Acts 12 says that King Herod wanted to bring Peter to trial after Easter?

Acts 12: 4 And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people. (KJV)

HUGE mistake, King James! There was no "Easter" back then, and it wasn't one of the biblical Feasts. Yeshua was crucified on PASSOVER (Nisan 14); not “Easter”…. Passover (or Pesach), is one of God’s seven commanded mo’ed, while Easter is strictly a man-made “holiday”

God’s seven commanded mo’ed; Easter is strictly a man-made “holiday”….

Here are a couple examples of what the actual translation looks like:

Complete Jewish Bible:

Acts 12:3 When Herod saw how much this pleased the Judeans, he went on to arrest Kefa as well. It was during the Days of Matzah, 4 so when Herod seized him, he threw him in prison, handing him over to be guarded by four squads of four soldiers each, with the intention of bringing him to public trial after Pesach. (CJB)

Institute for Scripture Research:

Acts 12:3 When Herod saw how much this pleased the Judeans, he went on to arrest Kefa as well. It was during the Days of Matzah, 4 so when Herod seized him, he threw him in prison, handing him over to be guarded by four squads of four soldiers each, with the intention of bringing him to public trial after Pesach. (ISR)

King James contains many mis-translations! Check out, for instance, passages such as Leviticus 12:8, 15:29 and Numbers 6:10 where KJV mistranslated the SLANG word for "turtles" supposedly being used as sin sacrifices. – when the word should have been "TURTLE DOVES.” You see, the problem is "turtles" could NOT POSSIBLY be used as sin sacrifices because they're not kosher!

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