Passover In Genesis, Audio CD
And God said, “Let there be lights in the expanse of the heavens to separate the day from the night. And let them be for signs and for seasons (mo’edim), and for days and years …” GENESIS 1:14
God alludes to the biblical calendar all the way back in the story of creation. But the festivals (mo’edim) don’t appear in the Torah until thousands of years later when God gives them to Israel along with the rest of the Torah. Yet, a careful look at the book of Genesis reveals that some of the festivals might have even been celebrated before the Torah was given and in particular Passover.
Join First Fruits of Zion teacher Toby Janicki as he examines the narratives in search of clues that certain aspects of Passover might have been celebrated before Sinai. From Cain and Abel to Abraham and Lot there is more than
meets the eye when it comes to the most important events of the Scriptures taking place on this important festival. With some help from the sages of Israel and the Aramaic Targums you’ll discover that not only does God establish his order and appointed times from the very foundations of the earth but that he desires that all mankind take part in these special days.
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