EXODUS 12:6 "IN THE EVENING" OR "BETWEEN THE EVENINGS"
Some question this, or have a hard time understanding it, or cannot understand the Hebrew.
First let me give you how the Hebrew scholar J. P. Green renders it: " twixt the evenings"
"twixt" is # 996 in Strong's Concordance
"the evenings" is # 6153 in Strong's Con.
"The Strongest Strong's Con." has for 996 "....between; seperate from; whether ... or :- between. among, betwixt, at even, at, from, whether, among, ....amongst, asunder, midst, once in, out of, part, spake unto, within. "
Then for further in-depth understanding of these two words, you need to have "The Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament" [two volumes].
I give you the old KJV; remember there were dozens of Hebrew and Greek scholars that worked on the original KJV translation: "in the evening" n .... means see margin note. IN MARGIN NOTE you have "Heb. between the two evenings"
NOW to go to some of the modern translations, shall we say how the modern scholars translate it.
NKJV: "at twilight"
New American Standard Bible: "at twilight"
NIV: "at twilight"
The SONCINO CHUMASH edited by A. Cohen [JEWISH WORK] "at dust. lit. 'between the two darknesses' that is to say, between the darkness of the day and the darkness of the night, a period of six hours, reckoning the duration of the day from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. (R). It is a period of approximately one and a third hours between sunset and the disappearance of the light which subsequently penetrates through the clouds (E). N opposes E's view and approximates to R's explanation.
The above reminds me of the Jewish joke: Ask a question to three Jews and you'll get three different answers!
The Holy Bible from Ancient Manuscripts [Peshitta] by George Lamsa: "at sunset"
Complete Jewish Bible translated by David H. Stern "at dusk"
TANAKH....Jewish Publication Society: "at twilight"
WELL THAT GIVES YOU THE MOST UP TO DAY MODERN SCHOLARS TRANSLATION OF THESE HEBREW WORDS OF EXODUS 12:6.
THE REST OF THE IN-DEPTH TRUTH THAT THE THE ORIGINAL PASSOVER OF EXODUS 12 WAS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 14TH, AND NOT AT THE END OF THE 14TH GOING INTO THE 15TH, AS THE JEWS PRACTICE TODAY [WELL JEWS FROM THE PHARISEES' RELIGION], IS IN MANY STUDIES ON MY WEBSITE UNDER "SABBATH AND FEAST OF GOD...."