|Time from Creation to 8 am April 25th AD 26||4,100 solar years, 52days, 14hours|
|Time, as reckoned to sinful man, is held in suspense for the 7 years and 49 days between the opening of John the Baptist's Ministry on April 25th, AD 26, and the Ascension of Christ on June 13th, AD 33.||(Time suspended)|
|Time from the Ascension to 6 pm June 12th* 1933||1,900 solar years, 1 day 10hours|
|Total||6,000 solar years, 54 days|
* This would have been '14th June,' but our present calendar is
out by 2 days - see Appendix 1.
The 6,000 years of man commenced after the Sabbath of Creation - the day of
the Fall of Adam remaining unreckoned. By taking these eight days away this
reduces the above total to:
6,000 solar years and 46 days, or 6,000 Julian Years exactly.
Note: A Julian Year is 365 and a quarter days.
A solar year is 365 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes (mean over 6,000 years).
Our current calendar is kept accurate by dropping three 'leap year days' in every 400 years.
See Chapter 4