Entry Submitted by RetiredIT at 4:51 PM EDT on July 14, 2021
Both Judy Byington on Dinar Chronicles and Whiplash347 on Telegram made the claim that:
“7/17 Saturday – Ark rests on Mt. Ararat – Genesis 8:4”
Both of you don’t seem to realize that the Gregorian Calendar which many nations in the world use didn’t come into being until Oct. 1582. It was a correction to the Julian Calendar because the months had drifted off by more than 10 days and had to be adjusted because the solar year was not being calculated correctly.
Mankind begins his new year in the Northern Hemisphere in the winter and in the middle of the night. What nonsense! The calendar and months used in the Bible are based on the calendar which Almighty God created where the year begins in the Spring of the year when new life and greening begins in the Northern Hemisphere. The first month as defined by God in the Bible begins in March or April.
Therefore the seventh month as mentioned in Genesis 8:4 when Noah’s ark rested on Mt. Ararat in Turkey would be in September or October. Also, the days of each month do not correlate with the Gregorian Calendar. Therefore, unless one takes the time to calculate exactly when the worldwide flood occurred and when Noah’s ark rested on Mt. Ararat, no one can easily tell when that event happened. God’s calendar will one day be used by the entire world.
My advice to both of you and anyone else who quotes from the Bible, please be sure of what you are saying before posting. Thank you also for all your hard work and labor of love in keeping the patriots informed!
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