A lesser known Jewish perspective from Jacob Prasch supporting the traditional understanding that Good Friday is the day of the crucifixion and burial of Jesus Christ. In this view, the supernatural darkening of the sun on the day of the crucifixion is interpreted as the “missing” night between Good Friday and Easter Sunday (Amos 8:9, Luke 23:44). And the assertion that three days and three nights must be defined by 24-hour periods is rejected as a distinctly Western bias contrary to Jewish and also biblical precedents.
Jacob Prasch – God’s Final Warning to the Clergy
The question always who will listen?