According to Wikipedia Good Friday Means:
"Good Friday, also known as Holy Friday, Black Friday, Great Friday, is a holiday observed primarily by Christians commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, his death as believed by Christians at Calvary, and his Resurrection from the grave. The holiday is observed during Holy Week as part of the Paschal Triduum on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday, and often coincides with the Jewish observance of Passover.
Based on the Christian scriptural details of the Sanhedrin Trial of Jesus, the Crucifixion of Jesus was most probably on a Friday. The estimated year of Good Friday is AD 33, by two different groups, and originally as AD 34 by Isaac Newton via the differences between the Biblical and Julian calendars and the crescent of the moon. A third method, using a completely different astronomical approach based on a lunar Crucifixion darkness and eclipse model (consistent with Apostle Peter's reference to a "moon of blood" in Acts 2:20) arrives at the same date, namely Friday April 3, AD 33."
Good Friday is that commemorates the death of Jesus Christ;
Jesus christ is the important point in all human history.
"I come to Good Friday"
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by John Sarkis 9 years ago
Do you think Good Friday should be a National Holiday in the USA?I don't understand why Christmas is a National Holiday in our country (USA) and Good Friday is not? Isn't the day our Lord's crucifixion as important as the day of His birth? We Christians were saved because of his...
by reggieTull 12 years ago
Why is Good Friday called Good Friday when it is a day that a man was crucified?
by Jim Miller 8 years ago
Why does the date for Easter change from year to year?Given that the Christian celebration of Easter is a remembrance of the resurrection of Jesus, should not the holiday be on the same date as the supposed original event, that is, three days after the crucifixion?
by alexandriaruthk 8 years ago
What are your plans this coming Holy week, are you celebrating it?For most Catholics and some Christian denomination the Holy Week is a big celebration.
by paarsurrey 11 years ago
Jesus Christ lived in the house of Ananias at that time. But when the Jews sent a commission to Damascus, he left the place and reached Babylon. As he had visited the east in his childhood, he knew the routes and topography of these countries. He had already been saved and now on this strange...
by charlie 7 years ago
Why do the Churches talk about "good friday" when it was a horrible dayI know Jesus was killed on wednesday not friday but since the churches teach friday and they call it "good" friday, how can anyone say it was good when it was one of the most horrible days in...
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