Book Review: A Family Guide to Biblical Holidays

Thanks to Sandra M. for today’s post!

This book gives families the opportunity to delve into the nine annual Jewish holidays: Passover, Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Tabernacles, Hanukkah and Purim. It also helps provide us with an explanation of the weekly Sabbath as compared to the high Sabbaths.

This enormous book, of over 550 pages, takes each of the Feasts and looks at them from a historical, agricultural, spiritual, and prophetic perspective. The book also includes fun activities to help reinforce learning including crosswords, word searches, crafts as well as other games and activities.

This book would be great for homeschool unit studies, using in your Sunday school or vacation Sunday school lessons, as well as for Bible School programs. Our family had a lot of fun using this text for studying the feasts both as a family and with our co-op group. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to better understand the Biblical holidays which are such an important part of the Old Testament teachings. Then we begin to learn how these feasts were designed to point us to our Lord Jesus Christ and all that he accomplished in his life, death and resurrection.

Here is an online sample of the book.

Please note: This book is written and published by non-Christadelphians and may contain incorrect doctrine. Please use spiritual discretion while reading.

You can purchase the book online new or used at Amazon or used at Thrift Books.

If you are looking for more ideas to make the Biblical feasts real for your family, please look at some of our other posts on Biblical feasts.

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