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Pentecost - May 31st

While I'm not fully convinced of their conclusion, I feel compelled to let our readers know that the watchers over at RITAN our thoroughly convinced that Pentecost is technically on May 31st and not May 24th, based on their interpretation of the Scriptures.

Keep in mind that our clock to the right reflects the more widely known date of May 24th, and as the RITAN thread above shows, it may be wrong.  Pentecost may be seven days later.

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2 comments :

  1. The Orthodox celebrate Pentecost 2015 on May 31, 2015.
    http://orthodoxwiki.org/Pentecost

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  2. The Karaite Jews make a good case for why May 24 is the correct Biblical date. I'm not sure if anyone can know for certain whether it should be May 24, 25, or 31st...

    http://www.nehemiaswall.com/truth-shavuot

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