According to my researches in biblical chronology, April 7th of 2019 is the 2000th anniversary of the Crucifixion, and April 9th is the 2000th anniversary of the Resurrection. Jesus was crucified in A.D. 19, not in A.D. 30 or 33 as most chronologists hold. The evidence is complex and would not fit in even a long article. See my book: Important Dates In The Lives Of Jesus And Mary
This year, April 7th is a Sunday, and Good Friday is not until April 19th. Then the true date for the Resurrection of Christ is April 9th, a Tuesday this year, while Easter Sunday is April 21st in 2019.
Now my work in chronology is certainly fallible and speculative. On the other hand, I’m convinced these are the correct dates. If you think, instead, that He was crucified in A.D. 30, the day and month would be the same: April 7th. For A.D. 33, it would be April 3rd. So the true date of the Crucifixion is approaching.
I think something momentous might happen between now and then. I don’t know what that might be.
Ronald L. Conte Jr.