What is the story that is celebrated by the festival of Passover?
Passover represents the story of God helping Moses take the Jews out of Egypt ...
Asked in New Testament, Famous Artworks, Last Supper
Where and when did the Last Supper take place?
In the upper room of the temple* in Jerusalem. * The upper room, or Cenacle, was not part of the temple but was part of a private home that was borrowed by Our Lord for the Passover meal. It took place on a Thursday evening during the Jewish Passover, the day before Our Lord died on the cross, about the year 30-33 A.D. ...
Asked in Judaism
What events take place during Passover?
The first night of Passover in Israel and the first two nights outside of Israel are observed with a religious ceremony in the home. This ceremony is called a 'seder' which means 'order', during this ceremony, the story of the exodus from Egypt is read around a meal. During the week of Passover, family and friends get together to eat with each other. ...
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In terms of a catering service what does the term place mean?
The term "place" in any catering contract refers to the location of the event where the catering service is to take place. Val ...
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What terms describes all the changes that take place during the life of an organism including growth?
Asked in US Presidents
When is a presidential election required to take place?
In the United States, a presidential election is required to take place every four years. Additionally, presidents are not allowed to serve for more than two terms. ...
Where did the biblical Exodus take place?
A: In the biblical account, the Exodus took place in Egypt, from the Nile delta region into the Sinai Peninsula, then Media and eventually up the east bank of the River Jordan. On the historical record, over 90 per cent of scholars are reported to believe that the Exodus from Egypt never really happened as described in the Bible. ...
Asked in Old Testament
Why did the Exodus take place?
A: In the biblical account, the Exodus from Egypt took place because the Egyptians had oppressed and enslaved the Hebrew people. On the historical record, over 90 per cent of scholars are reported to believe that the Exodus from Egypt never really happened as described in the Bible. The Exodus did not happen and there was no reason for it to take place. ...
What parallels can you see between the Jewish celebration of Passover and the Christian celebration of Easter?
The only parallel would be that the two holidays take place at the same time of year. Otherwise, the holidays are celebrations of completely opposing concepts. ...
Asked in Judaism, Time Zones, Passover
When does Passover begin in the central time zone 2009?
Answer: Passover is set by the full moon in Jerusalem. The moon must be full before sundown and Passover follows that evening. The Jewish month is Abib/Nisan. This year, 2009, the Passover begins at sundown on the 9th of April in Jerusalem. As April 9th arrives in each time zone, those who celebrate the Passover will gather at sundown and observe. Sundown on the 9th of April is also the beginning of the 15th day of Abib/Nisan. So, the Passover begins and...