Apr 01, 2020


VII. B. 1. The relationship between the Church and Israel

  • the (true) circumcision

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Phil 3:3
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Jesus — 15 May 2012, 15:25

Shalom,The answer to this qsetuion is complicated by the last 2,000 years of Christian history. The simple answer is that the resurrection of Yeshua is celebrated in different ways in different messianic congregations. There are those who celebrate it in the same way that Christians celebrate Easter, i.e., on the first Sunday following the vernal equinox or, the first day of Spring, even though this day, like Christmas, has many pagan associations. There are those who prefer to celebrate it based on the Jewish calendar, i.e., on the day that it actually occured on the Feast of First-Fruits which occurs on the 16th of Nissan. Also, apart from the fact that the early Disciples adapted their Saturday evening Havdalah-service (which takes place Saturday night the first day of the week according to the way Jews reckon time) to account for the resurrection of Yeshua, there is no mention of an annual celebration of Christmas or Easter in the Bible. Hope this helps. Be well. Bob