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Passover is coming up on the night of April 5th. (Hebrew biblical days start and end at nightfall)11 posts and 2 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
It starts the night of April 5th, in which a feast of a sacrificial lamb, bitter herbs, and unleavened bread is eaten. Leaven and leavened products are not allowed and supposed to be cleared from your house.
Starting from the night of April 6th, until the night of April 12th, you only eat unleavened bread. This is a symbolic show to God, it is the "bread of affliction", it is the food of the poor, and those in a hurry who have no time to rest, just as the Hebrews led out of slavery in Egypt by God's hand.
On the day of April 13th, a congregation/church service is held.
These are the rules laid out in Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. friends over time through oral traditions added to these, such as "drink 4 cups of wine" on the first feast.
Christians believe Jesus is the sacrificial lamb who takes away sin, as a replacement for the ritual sacrifices done in temple times. Modern day friends don't sacrifice animals through various logic, one being they don't have a temple anymore.
Anyway I plan to only eat unleavened bread for 7 days.
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“So they trust in the deity of the Old Testament, an incontinent dotard who soiled Himself and the universe with his corruption, a low-budget divinity passing itself off as the genuine article. (Ask the Gnostics.) They trust in Jesus Christ, a historical cipher stitched together like Frankenstein's monster out of parts robbed from the graves of messiahs dead and buried - a savior on a stick. They trust in the virgin-pimping Allah and his Drum Major Mohammed, a prophet-come-lately who pioneered a new genus of humbuggery for an emerging market of believers that was not being adequately served by existing religious products. They trust in anything that authenticates their importance as persons, tribes, societies, and particularly as a species that will endure in this world and perhaps in an afterworld that may be uncertain in its reality and unclear in its layout, but which states their craving for values "not of this earth" - that depressing, meaningless place their consciousness must sidestep every day.”
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got a hankering for some migoreng but dont have any