24 09, 2017

Yom Kippur is not a biblical holiday

By |2017-09-24T05:00:07-07:00September 24th, 2017|Thoughts|

Yom Hakippurim: A Holiday The Romans Destroyed   Like Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur does not exist in the Bible. It replaces another day known as Yom Hakippurim. Yom Kippur is singular, “day of atonement,” while Yom Hakippurim is plural, “day of atonements.” The biblical Yom Hakippurim is mentioned in Leviticus 16:29–31, 23:27–32, and Numbers 29:7–11. No work [...]

19 09, 2015

Yom Kippur is not a biblical holiday

By |2015-09-19T23:21:15-07:00September 19th, 2015|Thoughts|

                                                                Yom Kippur is not a biblical holiday   Like Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur does not exist in the Bible. It replaces another day known as Yom Hakippurim. Yom Kippur is singular, “day of atonement,” while Yom Hakippurim is plural, “day of atonements.” The biblical Yom Hakippurim is mentioned in Leviticus 16:29–31, 23:27–32, and [...]

22 09, 2014

Yom Kippur is not in the Bible

By |2014-09-22T23:55:56-07:00September 22nd, 2014|Thoughts|

                                                                 Yom Kippur:                                      About a Holiday the Romans Destroyed[1]   Like Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur does not exist in the Bible. It replaces another day known as Yom Hakippurim. Yom Kippur is singular, “day of atonement,” while Yom Hakippurim is plural, “day of atonements.” The biblical Yom Hakippurim is mentioned in [...]

29 06, 2014

Yom Hakippurim was a joyous holiday

By |2014-06-29T04:06:20-07:00June 29th, 2014|Thoughts|

                                                                   Two holidays that ceased to exist   The Talmud[1] states “There never were in Israel greater days of joy than the fifteenth of (of the month of) Ab and the Day of Atonement.”  Despite this accolade, both holidays ceased to exist. The joyous biblical holiday of Yom Hakippurim ceased and morphed into sober [...]