What Every Christian Needs to Know About Passover: What It Means and Why It Matters

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9781426791567: What Every Christian Needs to Know About Passover: What It Means and Why It Matters

For millennia, the Passover celebration has held so much meaning for the Jews, but other faiths are just beginning to grasp the depth of its significance.

For modern day Christians, who may be celebrating at home or at church, it is the Last Supper Jesus had with his disciples before giving his life for humanity.

Nevertheless, some fundamental questions about the celebration still trouble Christians. They include:

· Why should such an ancient custom matter to us?
· What is the proper way of observing this day?
· How can Jews and Christians work together to honor this occasion?

Popular speaker and religious writer, Rabbi Evan Moffic now seeks to answer these and other essential questions about the Passover in his book; "What Every Christian Needs To Know About Passover: What It Means And Why It Matters.'' A frequent speaker at churches large and small across the world, Rabbi Moffic brings a unique voice to Christian readers. 

Indeed, the depth of understating regarding the Last Supper that he brings to this publication will completely alter how Christians prepare for Easter and mark Communion. Rabbi Moffic begins with Jewish history and the Hebrew Bible to demonstrate how these form the root of Christianity.

Some of the main principles he addresses in the book include:

· Jewish practices and observances and their influence on Christianity
· Jewish Passover Seder and how to integrate it into Christians' Easter preparation
· Root of numerous modern Christian practices, including the Eucharist and Communion
· Inspiration and wisdom of the Hebrew Scriptures
· Understanding and appreciation of the culture in which Jesus lived

If you are a modern Christian, who seeks to deepen your understanding of the faith you practice this book has it all.

Get your copy now, and see how Rabbi Moffic weaves together theology, history, Jewish practices and customs, and Christianity.

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4000 years ago a momentous meal took place...

This meal is the world's oldest religious ritual and holds the power to renew one's life and faith. Now popular speaker and author Rabbi Evan Moffic shares the Passover observance with 21st century readers.

Moffic brings the history of the biblical Exodus alive, exploring the significance of the Last Supper. Weaving together scholarship, personal experiences, and wisdom on every page, he invites Christians of all denominations to explore the Jewish roots of our faith and experience an authentic Passover Seder.

Reading this book will change the way you celebrate communion and Easter. It will give you a taste of an ancient ceremony Jesus faithfully celebrated. And it will help you discover what message this sacred story holds for you. Understand the radical claim that one meal--one momentous meal--can in fact change your life.

About the Author:

Rabbi Evan Moffic is lead rabbi of Congregation Solel, a synagogue of 500 families. He blogs regularly for Beliefnet.com, Huffingtonpost.com, and MichaelHyatt.com. Over the last six years, he has officiated at more than 200 interfaith weddings, giving him familiarity with the sensitivities and interests of Christian families in Judaism. He has brought new understanding of the Jewish heritage to churches and Christian groups, including the largest Catholic and Presbyterian churches in Chicago, Illinois, where he lives with his wife and children.

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