Dec. 2 - Dec. 10, 2017 | 25 Kislev - 1 Tevet, 5779
At its heart, Hanukkah (or Chanukah) is a great story of victory for the Jewish people. It is also known as the Festival of Lights, the Feast of Dedication, and the Feast of the Maccabees. It is an annual festival held in the third month of the Jewish calendar, beginning on the 25th day of Kislev and continuing for eight nights.
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Seven Things Every Christian Should Know About The Messiah
by Dr. Gary Hedrick
Messianic Jewish Home Calendar
What is it about the heavens that invariably challenges people’s view of God and His role in the universe? In our new 2018-2019 Messianic Jewish Home Calendar, CJFM scholar-in-residence, Dr. Tim Sigler, addresses Jewish answers to that question, examining the perspective of Jewish astronomers, Jewish biblical and secular scholars, famous Jewish scientists, and even Jewish astronauts! The calendar includes all the features of the traditional Jewish calendar: the Jewish holy days clearly marked and a year’s worth of weekly Bible and Torah readings. Order yours today.
Messianic Perspectives Broadcast
Who Killed Christ
A lack of understanding of why Jesus had to die for our sins, combined with the fact that it was the Jewish people that God used as a vehicle to send His Son to die for His children, has led some people to blame the Jewish people for Jesus’ death. Dr. Hedrick shows why this is inaccurate and points out the way in which everyone who has ever lived holds some responsibility for Jesus’ death. He also implicates someone you have probably never imagined!