Hebrew Calendar Studies

Finding the Father’s calendar in the Scriptures

  • 2017 Hanukkah Special! Chag Sameyach! December 11, 20172017 Hanukkah Special! Chag Sameyach!

    Welcome to the 2017 Hanukkah Special. It is thanks to the generosity of our members and donors that we can …

  • 2017 Sukkot Special! September 28, 20172017 Sukkot Special!

    From Genesis to Revelaation, no feast has deeper scriptural roots than Sukkot! See how this ancient feast may have been …

  • 2017 Yom Teruah Special! September 18, 20172017 Yom Teruah Special!

    Chag Sameyach and welcome to the Fall Feasts! Join me and explore the deep connections between the Yom Teruah feast …

  • The 2018 Eternal Torah Calendar is here! August 10, 2017The 2018 Eternal Torah Calendar is here!

    It’s finally here–the 2018 Eternal Torah Calendar–where you will find the latest updates in my ongoing Biblical calendar research and …

  • Special Bonus: A Star Shall Come out of Jacob June 29, 2017Special Bonus: A Star Shall Come out of Jacob

    Explore the majesty and mystery of some of the deepest calendar secrets to date–all based on Numbers 24:17. See the …

  • Lost Biography of Peter! April 10, 2017Lost Biography of Peter!

    A fresh investigation into how the great Apostle Peter really ended his days–and the archaeology clearly says it was NOT …

  • Chag Sameyach! 2017 Purim Special! March 12, 2017Chag Sameyach! 2017 Purim Special!

    Chag Sameyach! Welcome to the first of five Feast teachings for 2017. Purim is a truly amazing feast with some …

  • Bonus Teaching: Return to Calendar Basics December 30, 2016

    This teaching is also featured with the Bo Torah portion but is also meant as a standalone calendar teaching. This …

  • 2016 Hanukkah Special! November 22, 20162016 Hanukkah Special!

    Chag Sameyach! Welcome to the Feast that many think they know but which is filled with tons of surprises. Explore …

  • Bonus Teaching–In Search of the Ark of the Covenant! November 3, 2016

    Join me on my renewed quest to sift through the historical and archaeological record–along with the Scripture at the head …

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