Download The Chief Cornerstone pdf here:

The Chief Cornerstone (pdf)


The Gospel accounts of Jesus' death, burial, resurrection, and ascension.

Over the years I've listened to everyone from clergy to laymen explain how these Gospel accounts do not agree with each other.  When examined closely The Holy Bible is in perfect agreement with itself.  Minor errors may exist in the translations of various words and phrases but these can be easily reconciled.

Events at Jesus Tomb (pdf)


The Solar Calendar

The Solar Calendar vs Other Calendars 

This is a presentation of the Annual Calendar I believe The LORD issued in

Exodus 12:1-2; 13:4 

As with other calendars the Solar calendar can be arranged day by day and month by month but here it is represented by a pie chart. The first day of the year is 1 Abib which is the Spring Equinox.

The Simplicity of the Solar Calendar

The Solar Calendar (pdf)


1. The Solar Calendar:

1) A daily rotation of the earth on its axis actually takes 24 hours, 57.3 seconds.

2) Earth’s annual rotation around the sun actually takes 365 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes.

3) On the Solar Calendar is automatically adjusted at the Vernal Equinox every year.

4) The 6 summer months are exactly 31 days in length.

5) Of the 6 winter months, 5 are 30 days in length, the 6th is 29 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes.

6) The Vernal (Spring) Equinox = the 1st day of the 1st month = The 1st day of Abib.

Vernal Equinox

Summer months = Light 

1st month = 31 days (Abib)

2nd month = 31 days 

3rd month = 31 days 

Summer Solstice

4th month = 31 days 

5th month = 31 days 

6th month = 31 days 

Autumnal Equinox

Winter months = Darkness

7th month = 30 days 

8th month = 30 days 

9th month = 30 days 

Winter Solstice

10th month = 30 days 

11th month = 30 days 

12th month = 29 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes 

Total = 365 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes

2. The Jewish Calendar:

1) Lunar/Solar Calendar.

2) Each month begins on the day of the sighting of the New moon.

3) Each Lunar cycle is 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes

(One rotation of the Moon around the Earth).

4) The Jewish Sacred Year begins on the 1st day of the 1st month, Nisan, and is determined by counting the days since the previous sacred year and then posting a watch for the New moon. This date has also been determined by watching for the New moon at the time of the barley harvest.

5) The Jewish New Year / Civil Year begins on the 1st day of the 7th month, Tishri.

6) Each year has 12 months (New moons) with an additional month added every 3 years.

7) The length of some months vary, being either 29 or 30 days from one year to the next.

1st month = 30 days (Sacred year - Nisan) 

2nd month = 29 days 

3rd month = 30 days 

4th month = 29 days 

5th month = 30 days 

6th month = 29 days 

7th month = 30 days (Civil year - Tishri) 

8th month = 29/30 days

9th month = 29/30 days

10th month = 29 days

11th month = 30 days

12th month = 29/30 days 

Total = 353 or 354 or 355 days (ordinary year)

383 or 384 or 385 days (leap year)

3. The Gregorian Calendar: 

1) Introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582 AD

as a more accurate version of the Julian Calendar.

2) The Julian Calendar - Proposed by Julius Caesar in 46 BC.

- Replaced the Roman Calendar on January 1st 45 BC.​ 

3) Has dominated Western Civilization from the Republic of Rome to this day and has

been adopted by most of the Modern World.

4) The names of months and the names of week days are named after the Roman gods. 

(The Roman Emperors were considered gods as well.)

(New Year - January 1st) 

1st month = 31 days 

2nd month = 28/29 days

(Leap Year - Add 1 day every 4th year)

3rd month = 31 days 

4th month = 30 days 

5th month = 31 days 

6th month = 30 days 

7th month = 31 days 

8th month = 31 days 

9th month = 30 days 

10th month = 31 days 

11th month = 30 days 

12th month = 31 days

Total = 365 days

                             366 days (leap year)