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Purim - Wikipedia

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Purim is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman, ... The Book of Esther begins with a six-month (180-day) drinking feast given by King Ahasuerus ..... Another ...

What Is Purim? - Purim - Chabad.org

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The jolly festival of Purim is celebrated every year on the 14th of the Hebrew month of Adar (late winter/early spring). It commemorates the salvation of the ...

What is the Feast of Purim? - GotQuestions.org

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What was the meaning and significance of the Feast of Purim in the Bible? ... Answer: The Feast of Purim is a Jewish holiday in celebration of the deliverance of ... It is also known as the Feast of Lots (Purim being the Hebrew word for “lots”).

Purim festival 2015: Five things you didn't know about the Jewish ...

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Mar 5, 2015 ... Jewish people across the world are gathering today to mark the end of Purim, which celebrates an attempt by an ancient Persian King to wipe ...

Purim | Messianic Jewish Bible Institute

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Purim or The Feast of Lots is a celebration of the deliverance of the Jewish people in Persia at the hand of a Jewish heroine, Queen Esther. The Jewish day of ...

What is Purim? Learn All About the Jewish Holiday Purim - Tori Avey

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... When is Passover, Foods for Purim, Proper Greeting for Purim, Meaning of Purim, ... It is traditional to have a jovial feast, or Seudat Purim, in the evening of the ...

5. The Feast of Purim: A Jewish Mardi Gras (Esther 8:1—10:3 ...

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Jun 3, 2004 ... (3) The origin of the Feast of Purim, which the Jews celebrate even to this day. Each theme is dealt with in a way which appears to be positive.

Purim or The Feast of Esther - Wild Olive

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Purim, or the Feast of Esther, celebrates God's deliverance of his people through the wisdom and godliness of a beautiful woman. The book of Esther tells the ...

Purim: Customs and Rituals | ReformJudaism.org

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In the Book of Esther, we read that Purim is a time for "feasting and merrymaking," as well as for "sending gifts to one another and presents to the poor" (Esther ...

Learn About Purim or the Bible Feast of Lots - Christianity - About.com

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Learn all about the Bible feast known as the Feast of Lots or Purim. ... Hadassah, or Esther, meaning "star" in Persian, was lovely in form and features, and she ...

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Judaism 101: Purim

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Learn about the Jewish holiday of Purim, from the Book of Esther. Includes a recipe for hamentaschen (traditional holiday cookies).

Purim - Celebration of Deliverance - Hebrew for Christians

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Shushan Purim is observed in Israel a day later still (on Adar 15th). The reason for these different dates of the festival of Purim is that the Jews of Shushan ...

The Meaning of Purim - The Fellowship

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What is the meaning of Purim and how is it observed? On Purim, the Jewish people recall their miraculous deliverance from their enemies 2,400 years ago.