During the Christmas season, many people are celebrating the birth of the Messiah. Churches put on Nativity plays and a special effort is made to publicize the message of the Savior's arrival on earth.

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  Are there any clues in the Bible that might indicate what time of year He was born?

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  Why does Luke begin with a description of Zechariah's priestly service?

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  Can traditional Jewish liturgy provide a glimpse into Biblical truth?

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  What does the New Year for Trees have to do with all of this?

This audio learning provides answers to these and many other questions.
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Sukkot: Birth of the Messiah (2017)
Recorded before a live audience in October 2017, this audio learning delves into the nuts and bolts of whether we can know exactly what day in the calendar year the Messiah was born.
1 Audio (m4a) Download - Length: 2 hours
1 PDF of Supplemental Notes - 10 pages
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Recorded before a live audience in October 2017, this audio learning delves into the nuts and bolts of whether we can know exactly what day in the calendar year the Messiah was born.

Among the topics discussed:
  • Why does Luke begin with a description of Zechariah's priestly service?
  • Can traditional Jewish liturgy provide a glimpse into Biblical truth?
  • What does the New Year for Trees have to do with all of this?

This learning also includes supplemental notes in a PDF document, to be read along with the audio.
1 Audio (m4a) Download - Length: 2 hours
1 PDF of Supplemental Notes - 10 pages
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What Does This Mean?
This Hebrew text is pronounced, "b'ezrat
Hashem".  It means, "With the help of G-d".