Why We Use the Hebrew Calendar
A calendar is more than a pretty picture with the days of the month laid out below. It is a system of determining the beginning and ending of the year and dividing it into seasons, months, weeks, and days. Did God lay out a calendar in the Bible for man to follow? He gave us days to observe. How are we to know when they are? What about calculating the conjunctions, postponements, new moons, and time of the holy days? Who is responsible for determining when they fall, and how do we know who they are? Can
religious requirements take precedence over the law? Learn from this booklet by Ronald L. Dart what common ground holy-day-keeping churches are likely to find in determining when these days should be.