S3 EP5 | Why Do Jews Meet On Saturdays And Christians On Sundays?

Episode 5 October 18, 2022 00:31:09
S3 EP5 | Why Do Jews Meet On Saturdays And Christians On Sundays?
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S3 EP5 | Why Do Jews Meet On Saturdays And Christians On Sundays?
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Show Notes

Is one day right and one wrong? In this episode of A Jew and A Gentile Discuss, Carly and Ezra discuss the different days Jews and Gentiles worship and the biblical reasons why. Their conversation takes them to:

Along the Way

And along the way, you’ll glean a lot more:

Words You Might Learn in This Episode

Shabbat, Torah, kadosh, berit olam, Le Chaim!, Yohanan

Scriptures Referenced in This Episode

Genesis chapters 1 and 2, Exodus 31:16–17, Matthew 12:1–8, Mark 2:28, Luke 6:5, Matthew 5:17, John 20:1, John 20:19, Acts 20:7, Acts 10:9–22, John 3:16, Acts 1:12, Acts 17:2, Revelation 1:9–10, Isaiah 13:9, Jeremiah 46:10, Ezekiel 7:19, Joel 2:11, Zechariah 14:1, Revelation 1:11–12, Matthew 15:24, John 4:42, Deuteronomy 9:5–6, Isaiah 43:8–12, Romans 9:4–5

Previous Episodes Mentioned

S1 E8, Sabbath: To Keep It or Not – That is the Question

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