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The Passover Papers: Controversy, Myth, Fairy Tales and Nonsense!
Paul R. Finch
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The Passover Papers is a good old fashioned Bible Study that explores in-depth the many faceted problems of the timing factors involved in determining the correct date and time of the Passover sacrifice, the Wednesday Crucifixion theory, the Saturday Resurrection theory, the meaning of various Hebrew terms involved, how the Bible originally counted days, and much more. Rarely has a work come along so compelling in pointing out the flaws of previous works on the subject. Passover Papers does not present theologically biased opinions of a religious organization, nor does it have any particular ax to grind. It simply guides the reader into all the various arguments on all sides, and lets the reader draw their own conclusion.
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About the Author
Paul R. Finch is an independent researcher residing in central Florida. He was once a member of the Worldwide Church of God during the time when many of these issues were being brought up in the 1970’s. Mr. Finch wrote his first paper on the Passover in 1975, and has been accumulating data on the subject ever since. As an insider, his background well suits him to deal with this ever complex subject from the perspective of one who has witnessed first hand one of the biggest controversies in all of Christianity.
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