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Thoughts for the 4th of July

I listened this morning as the announcers on NPR read the Declaration of Independence aloud.

I noticed something I’d never noticed before: Passover and the Fourth of July have a lot in common. 387 more words

A California Jew

Preparing for Passover

The first day of the festival of Unleavened Bread is when the Passover lamb is sacrificed. Jesus called Peter and John to him, saying “Go and prepare the Passover meal for us.” They asked “Where shall we do this?” 103 more words

Condensed Gospel

Preparing for Passover

The first day of the festival of Unleavened Bread is when the Passover lamb is sacrificed. Jesus called Peter and John to him, saying “Go and prepare the Passover meal for us.” They asked “Where shall we do this?” 103 more words

Condensed Gospel

Letter to a Rabbi: The Vilna Gaon Prohibited Qitniyoth on Passover

Sir, Shalom.

I enjoyed your recent video explaining why permitting the consumption of qitniyoth on Passover is consistent with the methodology of the Vilna Gaon. Even if we did not know that the Gaon explicitly stated that he desired to leave Lithuania so that he could be free of the “Poilisher minhagim,” it is clear from the vast majority of his writing that he felt no assumed loyalty to practices as they were just because they… 315 more words

Halacha

Passover Feast

We all know the story of Moses. How he was used by God to save the Israelites from slavery by the ten plagues. What we constantly overlook though, is the tenth plague. 310 more words

CCF Christ's Commission Fellowship

(06/29/2015) Is Prayer Outside Time and Space?

The frameworks of time and space, mortality, and prayer are considered, today.  The fighter at “Yahoo! Answers” using the ID “Methane Mamma” (Level 7 with 64,960 points, a member since November 02, 2010) posted the following thrust to “stump” believers: 704 more words

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