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It depends on when you believe the Exodus to have happened and when you believe that the Last Supper took place. Historians are not certain if either event took place, let alone when they took place. However, most people place roughly 1300 years between the Exodus and the Last Supper.

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How many years between the first passover and the last supper?

Jews still celebrate Passover to this day.


How many Passovers did Jesus have in his early ministry?

A:New Testament scholars have noted that the events described in the synoptic gospels appear to have occurred in the space of less than a year and that the only time Jesus went to Jerusalem, the Passover feast was the evening prior to his crucifixion. On the other hand, John's Gospel clearly spaces the mission of Jesus over three years and in this gospel his third Passover occurred on the evening following his crucifixion.Another Answer:Others have said there were 4 Passovers from the beginning of His ministry to His Crucifixion on Passover Day (Jewish tradition had days beginning at sunset with the night portion coming first). Sir Isacc Newton was a believer in four.If His ministry began in the Autumn of His 30th year - some date this to 27 AD, then the first Passover would come about 5 months into His Ministry which lasted 3 1/2 years. He died at the 4th Passover in 31 AD as our Passover Lamb.


What was the Jewish festival during which Jesus then 12 years old stayed behind at the temple?

Passover


Did Jesus celebrate the Passover before he died?

A:In the synoptic gospels - yes. When Jesus and the disciples celebrated the Passover feast, this would become the Christian Last Supper. After the supper was finished, they sang a hymn (Mark 14:26), as was the practice at the end of the Passover meal. For theological reasons, John's Gospel places the crucifixion on the day of preparation for the Passover - the day before. Jesus did not celebrate the Passover.


How old was Jesus when he was left at the temple during the Passover celebration?

Twelve years old. (Luke 2.42)


How many years did Jesus teach before the last supper?

The mission of Jesus that is described in the synoptic gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke) appears to have lasted less than one year. In these accounts, Jesus only went to Jerusalem for the Passover on one fateful occasion.In John's Gospel, Jesus went to Jerusalem for the Passover at least three times, so in this account his mission certainly lasted at least three years.


Did Jesus die 2000 years ago?

Some biblical students point to Jesus dying late on Passover Wednesday, 25 April 31 AD. Generally speaking then, that is about 2000 years ago.


What Jewish festival did Jesus attend when he was 12 years old?

Jesus attended the Passover Ceremony in Jerusalem. Note the New Testament verses below. Luke 2:41-42 NIV 41Every year his parents went to Jerusalem for the Feast of the Passover. 42When he was twelve years old, they went up to the Feast, according to the custom.


How many years between Jesus and david?

The time span between the death of King David, and the death of Jesus was about 1000 years (between 990 and 1010 years).


Is it true Passover marks their independence of the Jews from the Romans?

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How do we know Jesus took three years to train his disciples?

A:Scholars note that in the synoptic gospels all the events of Jesus' mission could have taken place within the space of a few weeks, in addition to which his first reported visit to Jerusalem for the annual Passover celebration was at the time of his crucifixion. The story of Jesus entering Jerusalem to the tumultuous welcome of the multitude suggests that this was his first visit since beginning his public mission, as do the reactions of Jesus and the apostles to what they observed in Jerusalem. On this evidence, there is good reason to suggest that Jesus' mission was completed in less than one year.On the other hand, John's Gospel makes it clear that, during his mission, Jesus visited Jerusalem three times for the annual Passover celebration. In this gospel account, Jesus certainly took three years to train his disciples.


When and where did Easter first begin?

For Christians, the origin of Easter is simply the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ about 2,000 years ago. According to the Gospel accounts, Jesus Christ, the true Messiah promised in the Old Testament, was crucified and resurrected at the time of the Jewish Passover. Since that awesome event took place, those who believe Christ is their Messiah have honored that day and often celebrated it with the traditional Passover. For more information check out related links