עַם פֶּסַח

Editorial – Autumn 2015

Shalom

This year has seen much positive progress on 2014 even though the recent quarter Aug – Oct has been inactive from here and from visitors.  July alone saw almost 1,000 visitors, as many as 2014.  Additions have included a series of three essays on time and the first century, an essay on numbers present with Ye’shua/Jesus at Passover and also one entitled “to confess my sins”.

At the end of July we also began to restructure the website.  You can see the main features by clicking on the hamburger menu (itself a new feature), on the top left of the screen.  Linked with this the various essays have been put in one or other of the new categories.  On the front page, the picture was changed and we are building a library of other suitable images.

This week we publish the beginnings of a Glossary for the site providing definitions for many words we use that may be unfamiliar to some readers.  We will be adding to this month by month.  If you spot a word or phrase that you do not understand, do please let us know via the comment box or the Contact screen; we’ll add it to the Glossary.  A personal statement will also soon be made about leaving & becoming.

In the works for the near future we hope to add some guest items and a series on Passover in the Gospel of John.  Watch out for those beginning in time for the christmas holidays.

Meanwhile, have a hunt around the web site and tell us what you think of the new arrangement.  We’d love to know.  Happy reading and studying. 

L’Chaim!  Passover People

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