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That which is referred to as salvation, redemption, or justification has commonality in Abrahamic religions. It is true that there are different beliefs regarding whether or not it has yet happened, or how it will happen; but each recognizes the need for a Redeemer. Even Job called out for a Redeemer. And with respect to mankind, this is the greatest event that ever happened.
Christians tenets, are such that Christianity recognizes that this has already happened, and observes this Holy Day once per year; on the first Sunday after the first full moon, after the vernal equinox.
However; observation and understanding are two entirely different matters. Many observe and arguably celebrate that which is today referred to as Easter, but the trend has consistently been towards allegory and away from actuality.
The reasons for this are many; with the most significant simply being this lack of understanding. And this lack of understanding is the predictable result of the lack of knowledge. And this lack of knowledge is the direct result of the ongoing tendency to rely upon what man has said about what happened on that day; and not what we have been told happened on that day by those who either were present, or those who were alive at that time.
This leads to a reality of that day, which over the generations increasingly makes little or no sense. After all, how does one reconcile things such as the fact that Jesus stated: that like Jonah, there would be three days and three nights from Crucifixion to Resurrection. Yet the common belief is that the Crucifixion took place on a Friday, and the resurrection was Sunday morning? The answer is that one does not. Thus excuses are made for why this makes no sense. “God can do anything,” often proffered as the explanation for inexplicable. For Christians this represents a serious problem, as it was God who made the statement. Or that the Bible is allegorical, and not literal—which it is not and is. And there are many more examples.
These problems do not lie with that which is contained in the Bible, but rather that which man has said is contained in the Bible. The truth is that if the Book is simply read as written, there is little or nothing to reconcile. But because of Bible “versions,” truth can be quite elusive.
Just as important, there are many other events that occurred on that day, the significance of which currently remains unknown. This is either because this knowledge has been lost over time; or until now have never been addressed.
It is important—particularly for Christians, to understand what happened on that day, as it is much bigger than almost anyone realizes. And through painstaking and extensive research of the original terminology, Calvary’s Hidden Truths was written to provide that understanding.