Notes on the Feasts of the Lord Prescribed to the Jews and Their Bearing Upon the Faith and Hope of the Christian Church

The FEAST OF TRUMPETS . ( Lev . xxiii . 23 - 25 ) . E have seen in preceding
lectures AV how how deeply the element of time enters into the wondrous
revelation of the will of God to man ; how days and weeks and years are all
sanctified to ...

Author: Author of Worship in spirit and truth



Category: Bible

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Feasts and Fasts

The synod of Exeter required , further , a cessation of labour during eight days at
Christmas , and at Easter , and four at Whitsuntide . On the other hand , the feasts
of St. Wulfstan and St. Oswald are omitted ; and of the other days mentioned in ...

Author: Edward Vansittart Neale



Category: Fasts and feasts

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In this collection of fifteen essays, archaeologists and ethnographers explore the material record of food and its consumption as social practice.

Author: Michael Dietler

Publisher: University of Alabama Press

ISBN: 081735641X

Category: Social Science

Page: 444

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Originally published: Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2001.

Unlocking the Secrets of the Feasts

God revealed His plan for the ages by the details of the feasts, both biblical and
traditional. When you attend a concert or a play, you receive a printed program
that tells you what and when each act will be performed. These seven feasts of
God ...

Author: Michael Norten

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 0718037030

Category: Religion

Page: 112

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Amazing prophecies of God's plans for the world can befound embedded in the customs of the feasts of Israel. The intricate detail of theprophecies illustrated in the observances of these feasts provide insight intoGod's plan for the ages.

Food and Feasts in the Middle Ages

Some feast days were religious holy days , such as Christmas , Easter , or a saint
' s day . ... OVANA D O Nobles ' Christmas Feasts At the Christmas feasts the
nobles threw for their households , beautiful linens and candles covered the
tables ...

Author: Lynne Elliott

Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780778713487

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Describes medieval foods and how they were prepared and eaten, covering such areas asmedieval theories about food, farming, markets, the spice trade, the meals of different classes in society, and related topics.

Medieval Feasts and Banquets

There were recipe books containing information about the kinds of dishes that
were cooked at feasts and what ingredients went inside them . Legal documents
such as grants for establishing markets or regulations about selling food and
drink ...

Author: Tehmina Bhote

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9780823939930

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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Examines the role of food during medieval times, discussing how it was prepared, shared, and used in society.

Handbook to Christian and Ecclesiastical Rome The liturgy in Rome By M A R Tuker Feasts and functions of the church The ceremonies of Holy week

Double ” Feasts may be of different degrees of dignity : and nearly all the feasts of
the year are described as “ Semiole officium or festum duplex , or semi - duplex .
The principal feasts . feasts are • Doubles ( duplex ) of the First Class , ' on ...

Author: Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker



Category: Catacombs


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Feasts of Honor

Feasts of Honor is an exploration of these rituals, their changing meanings, and the lively dialogues they have sparked within Toraja culture, from the Dutch Colonial period to the recent era of nationalism, tourism, and migration.

Author: Toby Alice Volkman

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252011832

Category: Social Science

Page: 216

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Among the Toraja of highland Sulawesi, Indonesia, mortuary rituals are great performances. Bellowing water buffalo and squealing pigs for sacrifice, colorful displays of ritual architecture, and formal processions of gift-bearing guests set the scene for complex dramas about status, human value, and ties to ancestors, followers, and kin. To Indonesians throughout the archipelago, Toraja rituals have come to represent the cultural identity of this well-known group. Feasts of Honor is an exploration of these rituals, their changing meanings, and the lively dialogues they have sparked within Toraja culture, from the Dutch Colonial period to the recent era of nationalism, tourism, and migration.

The Food and Feasts of Jesus

Ideal for individual reading or group study, this book opens a window into the tumultuous world of the first century and invites readers to smell, touch, and taste the era’s food.

Author: Douglas E. Neel

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 1442212926

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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The Food and Feasts of Jesus offers a new perspective on life in biblical times by taking readers inside the food culture of the day. From wedding feasts to a farmer’s lunch, the book explores the significance of various meals, discusses key ingredients, and offers accessible recipes for readers to make their own tastes of the first century.

Vegetarian Feasts

In Vegetarian Feasts , Richard Cawley combines the colorful excitement of today '
s eclectic light and healthy cuisine with wonderful vegetables , grains , and fruit .
More than 100 delicious and unusual recipes are included with eighteen ...

Author: Richard Cawley

Publisher: Gramercy Books

ISBN: 9780517142370

Category: Cooking

Page: 128

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More than one hundred delicious and unusual vegetarian recipes set out twenty menus for everyday eating and for special occasions and include such dishes as Walnut and Ricotta Pa+a3te+a7 and Poached Eggs on Potato Cakes with Hollandaise Sauce.

A Book of Feasts and Seasons

"A Book of Feasts and Seasons" recaptures the lost traditions surrounding major feasts and festivals--every occasion of the Christian Year.

Author: Joanna Bogle

Publisher: Gracewing Publishing

ISBN: 9780852442173

Category: Cooking

Page: 193

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"A Book of Feasts and Seasons" recaptures the lost traditions surrounding major feasts and festivals--every occasion of the Christian Year.

Egypt Under the Pharaohs

YEARLY CYCLE OF FEASTS OF THE DEAD 71 monuments , which thus more
clearly determine the time of the several feasts . A . Feasts of the Year :1 . Feast of
the New year ( vague or civil year ) . 2 . Feast of the Great Year ( Gothic or fixed ...

Author: Heinrich Karl Brugsch



Category: Egypt

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Feasts in John

Chapter 3 The Role of the Feasts in the Fourth Gospel : Previous Hypotheses 3.1
Narrative Theories No less than nine exegetes ( some working in pairs ) have
ventured hypotheses on the role these feasts play in the Fourth Gospel ( or , for ...

Author: Michael A. Daise

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 9783161490187

Category: Religion

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In this work Michael A. Daise broaches the question of the rationale lying behind the six feasts mentioned in the Gospel of John. He argues that, in an earlier recension of the Fourth Gospel, those feasts were sequenced into a single, liturgical year and, as such, furnished temporal momentum for the concurrent motif of Jesus' 'hour'. After reviewing the feasts as they appear in the narrative, then critiquing the major theories proposed for their purpose, the author presents his key premise that the Passover at John 6:4 is to be read not as a regular Passover, observed on 14 Nisan (first month of the Jewish calendar), but as the 'Second Passover' of Numbers 9:9-14, observed on 14 Iyyar (second month of the Jewish calendar). The law of "hadash" for barley (6:9) requires a date for chapter 6 after the regular Passover; the Exodus manna episode (Exodus 16), on which John 6 largely turns, dates to 15 Iyyar; the contingent character of the Second Passover explains Jesus' absence from Jerusalem in John 6; and, with John 5 and 6 reversed, the chronology of John 2:13-6:71 coheres. On such a reading, the feasts of the entire Fourth Gospel unfold within a single, liturgical year: Passover (2:13), Second Passover (6:4), the unnamed feast/Pentecost? (5:1), Tabernacles (7:2), the Dedication (10:22-23) and Passover (11:55). Inasmuch as this scheme brings chronological design to chapters 2-12, and inasmuch as those same chapters also chronicle the imminent arrival of Jesus' "hour" (2:4; 12:23), an overarching purpose for the feasts emerges; namely, to serve the motif of Jesus' "hour" by marking the movement of time toward its arrival.