Many people teach that you calculate the dates of the fall feast days by counting three sets of 50 days (i.e., three jubilees) past the Passover.  But mathematically, that simply doesn’t work out.  Open a year-long calendar and count it out for yourself.  You’ll find it’s an erroneous teaching.  So I reached out to our good sister Peggy Sue Latham, an excellent Bible student, who has been kind enough to help us calculate the dates for the fall feast days this year, based on her understanding of Leviticus 23.  You’ll be surprised to see that the calculation is actually based on a series of six individual cycles of 30 days each, for a total of 180 days.

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