Nehemia Gordon – Have You Eaten Yet?

Nehemia Great Wall of China
A jet lagged Nehemia, now back from China, takes time to join the Kultured Karaite and Jono to discuss not only his experiences and discoveries regarding Chinese language and culture, but also explains what he calls “spiritual imperialism”. Also, Nehemia and Dev give us exciting news regarding in an update on the coming Aviv search in the Land of Israel!
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  1. Dev The Kultured Karaite says

    We should have qualified and said…. the reason Nehemia used the terminology “First day of Feast of Unleavened Bread” rather than saying Passover is because calling it Passover is a “westernized” saying. He always sticks with Biblical not the modern.

    Passover or Pesach in Hebrew, is the sacrifice brought between the evenings or ‘twilight’, on the evening just prior to the beginning of first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread which begins at sunset. So that’s why we said the “the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread might be March 27.” Making Pesach the evening of March 26. BUT! We won’t know until we find aviv barley and sight the new moon.

    Did I make this clear as mud now??

    For information on whether or not you can drink kefir or wine and eat fermented veggies throughout the Feast of Unleavened Bread (in Hebrew Hag haMatzot)……go here!!

    Dev : )

  2. Krisi says

    Jono you forgot to ask him about why the shofar was forbidden to be blown!! Anxiously still waiting LOL 🙂

  3. yahuhanan says

    OK Baby X…….British People are a Sickly Race? Considering London was the Largest City in the World before the turn of the Century Yes there was Water Born Illness.. But My Friend My People are from England and I can Tell You We are far more Healthy than Americans. (2) You guess Brits Drink some Beer? LOL check the stats who Consumes the Most Beer on Earth. SHALOM.

  4. Tony Vetrano says

    So Exodus 34:25 which explicitly states “passover” as a sacrifice and a feast is not accurate?: neither shall the sacrifice of the feast of the passover be left unto the morning.

  5. Shawn Richardson says

    Tony, the scripture you pointed out is not being regarded as inaccurate. That scripture is referring to the specific sacrifice by name. That sacrifice is prepared on Passover (the 14th day of the 1st month) and eaten that evening as the Feast of Unleavened Bread begins. The Feast of Unleavened Bread, specifically, lasts 7 days. The sacrificial meal, as this verse points out, should not remain until morning (the morning of the 15th, or the first day of Unleavened Bread). Many today refer to this entire 8-day period (Passover and the Days of Unleavened Bread) strictly as “Passover”. According to scripture, that would be an incorrect statement. But that does not mean this scripture is not accurate as the subject pertains to the Passover sacrifice itself, not the names of the festivals. I’m sure you’re familiar with Leviticus 23 that lays out, in order, the names and timing of the annual Festivals.

  6. SugarPlum says

    So enjoy listening to this, even what Nehemia shared about ‘Spiritual Imperalism’. As a Pacific Islander whose heritage has been influenced and taken over by Christianity, I am grateful to be listening to what has been shared.

    Listening to your programme has been a part of my spiritual journey of faith, which I still have now in Yehovah God and in the Hebrew Yeshua.

  7. AK says

    A man convinced against his will, is of the same opinion still.

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