EDITORS NOTE: This post was updated on Dec. 2, 2020 to add the Spotify player and a featured image. Okay, so maybe announcing a whole playlist project with a 7 day turn around while in a foreign country adopting a child and working on buying a new home was a little ambitious, but at least… Continue reading An Ancient Abandon Christmas!
Music has been a major part of this blog from the outset and so the only real question to be asked is why has it taken so long to put together an official Ancient Abandon playlist? Truth be told, I'm not really sure, but that time is now. On December 1st you'll be able to… Continue reading Introducing the Ancient Abandon Playlists
In this week’s episode we discuss the SCOTUS case Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the “discovery” of an ancient gnostic manuscript, and some frequently asked questions about celebrating Christmas; all with some seasonal jams mixed in! Thanks for listening. Please be sure to like, share, and subscribe. Find show notes for this episode… Continue reading The Christmas Season | AA:11
In this episode we learn about the holiest day in all of Judaism: Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement through the lens of Messianic prophecy. What does an ancient feast have to do with the future? How will Jesus’ second coming impact the Jews? What is the truth about replacement theology and… Continue reading Day of Atonement | AA:05
In this episode we celebrate the Jewish New Year of Rosh Hashanah through a prophetic study of Jesus' second coming! What is Rosh Hashanah? The Feast of Trumpets? The Feasts of the Lord? All of this, and more! Follow me on Twitter @RebornJumpman Like Ancient Abandon on Facebook at facebook.com/ancientabandon Become a patron and support… Continue reading Rosh Hashanah | AA:04
Sundown marks a very important day for not just Israel, but for all Jews around the world. The day is Yom Hashoah, known in English as Holocaust Remembrance Day. It commemorates the systematic extermination of Europe's Jewish population by Nazi Germany during World War II. Shoah, Not Holocaust For the sake of you, the reader,… Continue reading Yom Hashoah, or Jesus, Joseph & The Holocaust
This question comes from a good friend in Sarasota, FL USA. She wanted to know why we as Christians don't celebrate Passover. Now the typical answer is, "Because Passover is a Jewish holiday and we're not Jews." But permit me to challenge that typical thinking and really dive into the meat of why Christians today… Continue reading Q&A: Why Don’t Christians Celebrate Passover?