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Published on Nov 27, 2008
Thanksgiving dinner will be celebrated with the creator of all human life GOD.
Isaac Newton was one of the first scientists to estimate the date of the crucifixion by calculating the relative visibility of the crescent of the new moon between the Hebrew and Julian calendars. Newton suggested the date as Friday, April 23 AD 34 . Yet, using similar computations, in 1990 astronomer Bradley Schaefer arrived at the date Friday, April 3 33 AD. In 2003, using a computer program, astronomers Liviu Mircea and Tiberiu Oproiu estimated that Jesus died at 3 pm on Friday, April 3, 33 AD, and rose on Sunday, April 5, dates that agree with Schaefer, but not with Newton. Writing in the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society in 1991, John Pratt argued that Newton's reasoning was effectively sound, but included a minor error at the end. Pratt suggested the year 33 AD as the accurate answer. Another computer calculation suggests somewhat different dates.