Shavuot Feast of Oaths (Preview)

A fragment of the Book of Jubilees from the Dead Sea Scrolls (Cave 4 at Qumran #220).This is a special preview of the Support Team StudyShavuot Feast of Oaths.  In this study, Nehemia Gordon looks at whether the revelation at Sinai was given on Shavuot. The full in-depth teaching is available here.

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3 thoughts on “Shavuot Feast of Oaths (Preview)

  1. Pentecost is not a word I use for the Feast of Weeks, I can only believe it refers to the day the torah was given at Mt. Sinai. If you read Ex.19:1 it says—
    [“On the third new moon after the Israelites had gone forth from the land of Egypt], on that very day, they entered the wilderness of Sinai.”
    If the first new moon of the year was in the land of Egypt; When God said “this month shall be the first month of the year to you”, the third new moon after they left is the forth new moon of the year. If anything the next new moon, July 6th??? will be Pentecost. In reality Pentecost is just made up rabbinic BS, the torah makes no mention of what day the Ten Commandments were given on.

    The strangest thing I see in the scriptural readings list is for Shavuot, Leviticus 23:17-21 is completely missing along with the two lambs as an offering of well-being, in place of this reading they list Numbers 28:26-31

  2. It was so good to hear this again, and to hear the longer version as well. I have long speculated that there is a connection between the shofar of Shavuot and the shofar of Yom Teruah, which is also called Yom ha Din in the Scriptures. On what are we being judged? Perhaps how well we did in keeping the oaths we committed to at Shavuot.

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