When Does a Day Begin??
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When Does a Day Begin??

Scottsdale : AZ : USA | Feb 02, 2011 at 9:36 PM PST
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When Does a Day Begin in light of Bible

Throughout time, different cultures have begun the day at different times. The Romans began the "day" at midnight, a practice continued to this day in the modern Gregorian calendar which itself is a modification of the Roman Julian calendar. Jews and many Saturday-Sabbatarians begin their Sabbath Friday evening at sunset. Scripture itself reveals when a day begins, and it is neither midnight nor sunset. Watch this video and learn when the Bible says a day begins.

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