The birth of Jesus

The birth of Jesus

Xmas study with notes

The birth of Jesus (1:15)

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Hanukkah’s main ritual is the lighting of a menorah, a candelabra with nine candleholders, lit during the eight nights of the holiday.
Daniel and Temple Theology
Psalm 82 in the Fourth Gospel
Psalm 30

Appendix 2 Chapter 17: The Priestly Courses

5 Ab course of Jehoiarib serving

Dating the birth of Christ

Adjusted Chronology -Seder Olam

Jewish calendar

IYAR (Ziv) -Jesus born – end of May

The Torah was given on the 6th day of Sivan.1 The Talmud2 tells us that the Torah was given on Shabbat. It was on our national day of rest that G‑d revealed Himself to the Jewish nation and spoke to them the Ten Commandments. It is only appropriate that the Torah, which brings peace and harmony to its adherents—and by extension, to the entire world—was given on the Day of Rest.

Pentecost is from the Greek word for “fiftieth day.” It was the Greek name for the Hebrew Feast of Weeks, which fell 50 days after Passover. The Feast of Weeks celebrated the calling of the Hebrews into a covenant relationship with God at Mt. Sinai. The Day of Pentecost falls 50 days after Easter.