Benedictine College assistant professor of physics and astronomy, Ryan Maderak, uses science and theology to explain the biblical accounts of darkened skies during the crucifixion. A solar eclipse is one possible cause. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Benedictine College assistant professor of physics and astronomy, Ryan Maderak, uses science and theology to explain the biblical accounts of darkened skies during the crucifixion. A solar eclipse is one possible cause. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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Was Jesus crucified during a solar eclipse? NASA shows one occurred in 33 A.D.

August 07, 2017 2:00 PM

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