It apparently looks like it.
According to Cambridge professor Colin Humphreys, the Last Supper took place on April 1st, 33AD, a Wednesday, not a Thursday as is widely celebrated in Christianity.
The event where Jesus passed on the Eucharist is one of the key events of Holy Week.
Professor Humphrey’s study suggests that the events of Good Friday did not actually take place in one day as previously thought but were spread out over both Thursday and Friday. In his book, The Mystery Of The Last Supper, Humphrey uses Biblical, historical and astronomical research to address the inconsistency of the issue at hand.
It seemed to many that the Gospels do not agree on when exactly the event took place. Matthew, Mark and Luke say it took place with the start of Passover, whilst John said it was before Passover.
It seemed to many that the white iPhone 4 would never happen. But apparently, it’s a certainty now.
The U.K’s 3 Online Store had the white iPhone 4 available, starting April 20th.
You can check out the listing here.
The white iPhone 4 was supposed to launch alongside the black one in June 2010, but unforseen production complications saw Apple postponing the release many times until it looked like they buried the product.
Tweets around February re-sparked the interest in this iPhone as many Apple insiders and employees tweeted about how “beautiful” it was.
Apple had confirmed last week that the white iPhone would see a late April release date and it looks like it’s now set for the 20th.
So for those still holding out for a white iPhone 4, your time has come.
Continued from Part 2.
Saint George’s Hospital was packed. Simon’s mom looked at the multitude of strangers in front of her. They were all in agony. The mothers that had lost sons, the wives that had lost husbands…
She was asked to come down to the hospital. She didn’t know why but she felt it was odd that her sons hadn’t come back home yet. But for all she knew, they were hiding out at some relative’s house.
On her way there, she had heard how her brother-in-law’s son, my uncle John, was hit and taken to the Geitawi hospital. She knew his condition wasn’t severe. But why was she in Saint George’s hospital?
She looked around. Strangers. There wasn’t any face she recognized. And somehow, she couldn’t even connect to their pain. So she sat there, in the waiting room, waiting for God knows what.
But then she noticed the whispers. Why were the people there looking at her through sad eyes, breathing out worried words she couldn’t comprehend with their tired mouths.
And suddenly she felt there was something she didn’t know. And she started to get worried. Her sons hadn’t gotten home. Her oldest son, George, had gone to get his sister from school. Her son Simon had supposedly also gone to do the same thing.
Why weren’t they back yet? They should have been back when she left the house. Something must have happened to them…
And like every concerned mother, her train of thought took her from being in a relatively comfortable state to a mental wreck.
One of the doctors ran in front of her. She stood up and shouted “take me to your morgue”.
The doctor stopped in his tracks. He turned around and looked at her. “My sons are in your morgue. I need to see my sons”.