week starts at Sunday or Monday??
Clive D.W. Feather
clive at demon.net
Wed Oct 4 08:15:25 UTC 2000
Vadim Vygonets said:
> In Hebrew, week days don't have names (except Sabbath). They're
> just numbered, so "First day of the week" means Sunday, no other
> interpretation possible. Now, these are Jewish weeks; it does
> not answer the question whether Christian weeks start on Sunday
> or Monday.
It does as far as I'm concerned.
> Remember that when the New Testament was written
> Christianity did not exist as we know it, and Julian calendar was
> not invented yet (let alone Gregorian).
Caius Julius Caesar would have been surprised to hear that.
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