Feasts of Israel
By Kevin J. Conner
ISBN: 978-0914936-42-8 Softcover, 110 Pages 8.5" x 11"
Kevin Conner presents a colorful picture of grace and redemption in this study of the feasts of Israel. He shows how Old Testament types find fulfillment in the new covenant and the church. Conner covers both Mosaic and post-Mosaic festivals. He also briefly covers the modern Jewish festivals and provides important spiritual lessons for the Church today.
Table of Contents:
- Why Study the Feasts?
- Principles of Interpretation
- The Feasts in Outline
- Our Study Approach
- Fulfillment - Literal and/or Spiritual?
- General Observations
- The Feast of Passover
- The Feast of Unleavened Bread
- The Feast Day of the Sheaf of First Fruits
- The Feast of Pentecost
- Introducing the Feast of the Seventh Month - Tabernacles
- The Feast Day of the Blowing of Trumpets
- The Feast Day of Atonement
- The Feast of Tabernacles
- Heaven and Earth Communication and Connection
- The Redemptive Weeks in Israel
- The Feasts of the Lord in Relation to the Tabernacle of Moses
- Historical and Prophetical Significances of the Feast of Tabernacles
- The Feasts in the New Testament
- Post-Mosaic Festivals
- Modern Jewish Festivals
- The Sabbath and the Lord's Day