No you are not reading. You are ignoring everything I posted and just repeating your same argument over and over and over as if by repetition you can somehow make it so. In Jewish thought a part of a day was considered a whole day. As shown by the sources I quoted, above, "three days and three nights" means the same thing as "in three days,""on the third day," and "after three days."
How do you get three full days and three full nights, if, according to your argument, Jesus was crucified around 4-5pm Wednesday or Thursday afternoon, and resurrected around 5am Sunday morning?
If Jesus was buried around 4-5pm Wednesday, three full days and nights, he would be resurrected around 4-5pm Saturday.
If Jesus was buried around 4-5pm Thursday, three full days and nights, he would be resurrected around 4-5pm Sunday.
As the scripture shows Jesus was resurrected around dawn on Sunday. Your calculation is either 12 hours more or less than three days and three nights.
Nice try. Nothing but your opinion.
Not my opinion. The opinion of the gospels. As long as you do not quote your opinions the opinion of the gospels will stand. That jesus was buried either Wednesday or Thursday is your opinion. Such
an opinion is nowhere recorded in the gospels. You must be trying to read your own opinion into the gospels. Again, the day or part of a day is accounted for a day. The night or part of a night is account as a night. The guy who wrote Mat. 12:40 speaks of three deays and three nights. He did not say "in three days." He said
"Three days and three nights." How can that be so hard to understand?