When a Day Begins and Ends

I’ve recently compiled a study on When a Day Begins and Ends according to Genesis 1 that I thought would be helpful to those who are seeking this matter out. I also addressed several of the most popular texts used to justify an evening-to-evening reckoning of a Day. Check it out and let me know what you think in the comments below.

You might also be interested in this video presentation by the same name:

About Carrie Wigal

Homesteading Wife, Homeschooling Mom and perpetual Bible student, continually taking the road less traveled. (@messyanic)
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4 Responses to When a Day Begins and Ends

  1. Shari says:

    See my website for additional studies on the topic of the start of the day, as well as the Biblical calendar as a whole. Thanks for your studies.

  2. Isha says:

    Hi Shari, I just came across your site about a week ago. I found it inspiring. 😉 Very cool to see so many coming to these understandings from all over the world independent of each other.

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