This new video series demonstrates why the year that Jesus was crucified could only have been A.D. 30. Using relevant Bible texts and astronomical data, Larry Wilson presents logical reasons why the date can be calculated with such specificity. Watch the videos below to learn more!
When Did Jesus Die?
Click the video above to watch the first video in the series. If you wish to watch the other videos in the series, you can click the "PLAYLIST" option in the upper left corner of the screen to select the video you wish to watch. You can also watch each part of the series by clicking on the videos below:
Dating the Passover
Two Passovers During Crucifixion Week
Using Naval Observatory Data to Calculate Crucifixion Week
There is No Other Date for the Crucifixion
Larry Wilson, founder of WUAS, became a “born again” Christian in 1972. His interest in the gospel has led him on a 40+ year quest to learn more about what God has revealed to Earth’s final generation. The results of his research have been shared all over the world in books, television & radio broadcasts, media interviews, and seminars that are publicly available on all different types of media (see our Christian Bookstore).
What is Wake Up America Seminars (WUAS)?
Wake Up America Seminars, Inc. is a nonprofit, nondenominational organization with a focus on the study of End-Time Prophecy. WUAS is not a church, nor does it endorse any denomination. Our focus is singular: We are dedicated to proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ and His imminent return. We are delighted that people of all faiths are diligently using the Bible study materials produced by WUAS. All study materials are based solely on the Bible alone.
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- The Holy Spirit is a Coeternal Member of the Trinity-Christians, Three Gods and the Trinity (Pt. 8) - June 1, 2017
- Jesus Rules as Almighty God – Christians, Three Gods, and the Trinity (Pt. 7) - May 1, 2017
- The National Sunday Law – Revisited - April 26, 2017