Counting of Jesus- 3 days in the tomb- by Catholics Protestants

Nosubmission says:

More, Jesus said that the parallelism between Himself and Jonah was confined to the time of stay in a place: 3 days.

Paarsurrey says:

Hi friends

Since your stand is wrong so you won’t stay even on 3 days, for sure.

Now please enumerate period of 3 days, as you have mentioned. I am sure no Catholic or Protestant would ever be able to count these three days also.

Cunning Paul and Church frustrated Jesus’ showing the Sign of Jonah; Paul had to. Paul was an enemy of Jesus; when he observed that Jesus had gone out of reach of Jews plan of killing Jesus; Paul started character assassination of Jesus; and the first casualty was Jesus ever showing Sign of Jonah; as to how the Creator- God Allah YHWH saved Jesus cursed death on Cross. Paul took it on himself to prove to the simple minded “Christians”, whom Jesus named sheep that Jesus had died on the Cross for their salvation. Paul himself could not attain salvation; what salvation could he prepare for the Catholics Protestants?

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran.


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One Response to “Counting of Jesus- 3 days in the tomb- by Catholics Protestants”

  1. Aaron Says:

    Jesus’ statement about three days and three nights is an idiom referring to a short period of time. Here in the United States we have a saying, “I’ll be there in just a second” or sometimes, “I’ll be there in a minute.” We don’t literally mean a second or a minute, but a short period of time.

    The Bible uses similar idioms. For example, the phrase “one day and one night” meant a day, even when only a part of a day was indicated (see for example 1 Samuel 30:12-13).

    There are also biblical examples of three days and three nights as an idiom meaning a short period of time.

    Jonah was swallowed by the fish during the day time and was vomited out during the day time (Jonah 1:17—2:10). In order for that to be three days, only two nights could have been involved. Yet it is called three days and three nights (an idiom meaning a short time). Similarly, in Esther 4:16—5:1, there is a fast for ‘three days and three nights’ that begins on the first day and ends on the third day, which means only two nights were involved. So we conclude that this is an idiom and not a contradiction.


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