Rosh ha-Shanah (New Year)???

Why Do Jews Celebrate Egyptian & Babylonian Autumn New Year (Hebrew: Rosh ha-Shanah) — Assimilated Idolatry From Egyptian & Babylonian Exiles — Instead Of Torah-commanded Yom Tᵊruah (Day of Trumpeting)?

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Torah commands not to do like they do!(Shᵊm•ōt 23.24)

When based on solid (Tanakh) foundation, stare decisis is vital to ensuring consistency (equality) under the law. Failing to base stare decisis solidly on on Tanakh, however, logically transforms stare decisis into an ex falso quodlibet assumption – a mindless assimilating back into previous idolatry.

Biblical New Year Is In the Spring Month (Shᵊm•ōt 24.18; et al.).

Answer: see Pâ•râsh•at Tōr•âh for Y ōm Tᵊrū•âh in the Nᵊtzâr•im website at http://www.netzarim.co.il.

  1. Click the “Beit K’neset” icon (top of left panel of our website).
  2. Click the Torah scroll icon, which takes you to the schedule-table of pâ•râsh•ot.
  3. Then scroll down to the Special Sha•bât•ōt table and click the Y ōm Tᵊrū•âh link (in the center column).
לְיוֹם תְּרוּעָה שֶׁל מַּלְכֻיּוֹת, זִכְרוֹנוֹת, שׁוֹפָרוֹת וּתְשׁוּבָה שְׁלֵמָה

פקיד ירמיהו, הַנְצָרִים

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3 thoughts on “Rosh ha-Shanah (New Year)???

  1. Sorry for the delay. Been really busy with the kids and grandchildren here for יום תרועה. (Grandson Daniel, @ 3 yrs old, blew שופר amazingly well for his age; strong & clear. Astonished us all. New grandson, Naveh, slept most of the time — except at night 🙂 )

    Thanks for your input again, and yeah, even worse, right after I emailed all of my friends about these things, several phone back to wish us “Shana tova”. (reply box doesn’t seem to provide for me to put the “roll-eyes” cartoon icon here, but it would be appropriate). מה לעשות?

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  2. Haven’t you notices the glazed over eyes when the Tanakh is mentioned in the context of what I wasn’t taught?

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