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I don't have an answer because I don't know what calender you are talking about.
You have a question directed to you in post #15.
I started out with someone else's chart and added more information. The X's were in there already and looking at it now, they seem to be in not the best exact spots.
. . . I just don't understand your chart.
Except with a 6th day crucifixion there is one calendar day without any part of a night.
. . . why try to insist that that is what it is doing?
How else do you get around Matthew 12:40 if you don't say that Matthew 12:40 is using idiomatic language where 3 nights actually means 2 nights?
What the heck are you talking about? Where have I done that?
What is supporting your position that there has to be a "part of a night" to make it a "day and a night"?
I'm simply looking for them to provide writing that supports their position.
That's just hypothetical until you find an example of that.
Doesn't have to be multiple consecutive [calendar] days; one calendar day would be sufficient.