Rueven Prager, Restoring Biblical garments and the Holy Half Shekel
Tuesday, August 20, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Levite Rueven Prager/Beged Ivri
Where: Smyrna Community Center, 200 Village Green Cir Smyrna 30080
When: August 20th, 2013
Topics covered include Biblical garments, Techelet (Biblical blue fringe) and other Biblical colors, Biblical Weddings (and Anniversaries), Ketoret (Incense of the Temple) and other Biblical spices, the Holy Half-Shekel, and other related restoration projects underway in Jerusalem. This year, for the first time, we are literally raising the Banner of Levi. We have restored the tribal flag of the Levites!
We will be bringing to you our entire line of Biblical items, Judaica and Holy Half Shekels, and speaking on current restoration activity related to the Holy Temple.
Participants will be able to dress and photograph themselves in Biblical garments, smell the spices of the Temple incense, and handle genuine artifacts and coins from the First and Second Temple Eras. At the end of the lecture, we offer Biblical items for the Third Temple Era for sale.
When & Where
Daily at His Gates
Join Daily at His Gates through Jewish-Hebraic Context, Concepts and Culture.
Daily at His Gates is a Lecture Series, Conference and Seminar organization. We will host an average of 8-10 yearly, with biblical scholars from around the country, that will bridge the gaps between Judaism and Christianity, by showing the parallels (similarities), in hopes to dissipate 2000+ years of misconception and stereotypes that have accumulated. By the study of The Word itself, Rabbinical writings and teachings and by studying Hebraic concepts our walk with Messiah takes a much more applicable role, and the clarity of our portion becomes more apparent.
We seek to reveal and promote the hidden treasures found in Jewish‐Hebraic history and culture. There is tremendous value in understanding Jewish‐Hebraic culture and history and through continued search and open interpretation of the writings of religious scholars, we will construct a bridge of mutual understanding and respect. Through our lecture series, conferences, and seminars the misconceptions and stereotypes within Judaism and Christianity are dismantled, and with a reconstructed perception, build a vision of cooperation and acceptance between Faiths. Furthermore it is our hope to engage in all forms of educational and benevolent work, all for the purpose of providing a caring and benevolent entity for the sake of our Messiah and The Holy One of Israel.