Tag Archives: Yom Kippur

How Do We Keep Yom Kippur?

Shalom Everybody, I had intended to take a couple weeks off posting anything since my 4th son was born a week ago (circumcised yesterday! Baruch HaShem!), but this subject was weighing heavy on my heart so I put together a quick recording about how Scriptures teach we should keep Yom Kippur and really all of the Feasts. I pray you …

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Perspectives on Yom Kippur – Live

  This week we compare the text of Leviticus 16, Isaiah 58, and Hebrews 9 from a historical perspective and also a literary perspective.  By comparing all three texts which relate to Yom Kippur, we gain a better overall perspective on each text. We will also discuss each text as literature in the context of conflict and resolution. The video …

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Yom Kippur in the Ancient Near East – Live

Yom Kippur is a day where the entire nation of Israel seeks repentance for willful, rebellious sins.  Have you wondered how this ritual was understood in the ancient Near East?  How did ancient Israel understand sin and what were the affects of sin?  What about forgiveness? Did forgiveness mean the same thing to them as it does to us today? …

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