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Paraclete Press Let Us Break Bread Together: A Passover Haggadah for Christians

For thousands of years the Jewish people have been celebrating the Passover through a special meal, called a seder. Jesus also celebrated the Passover feast with his disciples in the New Testament sacrament we refer to as The Last Supper. In this special book, co-authored by a rabbi and a pastor, we have the unique opportunity to experience an authentic Jewish Passover seder, from a distinctively Christian perspective. There are many haggadot (or written explanations of this Jewish festival) used in Jewish homes and synagogues, but this one offers meaningful insights on how Christians can both learn from Judaism as a means of deepening their own Christian faith, and better understand the Jewish heritage of Jesus.
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Review 1 for Let Us Break Bread Together: A Passover Haggadah for Christians
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Date:March 9, 2011
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Location:Richmond, VA
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This book was just what I was looking for. I misplaced the book I had been using for Passover. This book gives a very good information on why Passover is so important to us as Christians and puts the information in such a way that everyone can understand.
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Date:April 20, 2009
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Mary Vessey
This was a great booklet for our Seder dinner and very meaningful to the ones who attended. I would recommend it for a Christian Seder as it glorifies Christ.
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