CONCERNING THE JAUBERTIAN CHRONOLOGY OF THE PASSION BY NORMAN WALKER Surrey - England In a recent review 1) of Mdlle JAUBERT'S book "La Date de la Cene" (Paris 1957) George OGG refers to statements in the Book of Jubilees to the effect that Eve was created on a Friday, and entered the Garden of Eden on the eightieth day, which was there- fore a Taaesday, so that, since the author of the book reckoned the beginning of Jubilees, and hence of the Jubilees Calendar, from the day when Adam and Eve lived together, this must have been Tuesday. But actually Jub. iii 9 reads 2) : "but his wife they brought in on the eightieth day, and aftey this she entered into the Garden of Eden", and iii 12 reads: "and when she had contpleted these eighty days, they brought her into the Garden of Eden". Obviously it was on the eighty-first day that she entered, a Wednesday, and OGG'S objection falls to the ground. So also in Mk. xiv i and Mt. xxvi 2 "after two days" must mean "on the third day". Hence the anointing at Bethany on Saturday evening, according to the new Chronology, points
Novum Testamentum – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1959
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