The phrase, “Let my people go”, aside from evoking the dulcet tones of Louis Armstrong, has a wonderful meaning in Hebrew. And the clue is
Dr. Erez Soref, Dr Golan Broshi, and Dr. Seth Postell look from a Messianic Jewish perspective at the Passover tradition celebrated for generations, uncovering the roots of different elements of the seder meal. Even though Exodus 12 gives us the basics of unleavened bread, lamb and bitter herbs, the first historical account of the ceremony as we know it today is shockingly found in the New Testament Gospels! Join us as we examine groundbreaking studies of the ancient traditions, and learn how the narrative of this traditional meal has implications to our past present and future!