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The Fourth Cup and The New Passover


• How did Jesus unite the Last Supper to the Crucifixion?
• How is the Mass not just a meal but also a "sacrifice"?
• Did Jesus finish the Last Supper or was it left incomplete?

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• How did Jesus unite the Last Supper to the Crucifixion?
• How is the Mass not just a meal but also a "sacrifice"?
• Did Jesus finish the Last Supper or was it left incomplete?

  • 1 hour 2 min. (1 CD / 1 DVD / MP3)

    Every year at Easter time, many Christians celebrate the Jewish Passover meal, known as the Seder, in order to reenact what it might have been like at the Last Supper. In this Bible study given at the 2010 Word of God Conference, Dr. Brant Pitre will take you step by step through what the Passover sacrifice and the Passover meal were like at the time of Jesus. In this riveting journey into the Jewish roots of Christianity, Dr. Pitre explores questions such as:


    • What was Passover like at the time of Jesus?
    • What exactly did Peter and John do when they went into Jerusalem to “prepare the Passover”?
    • Why were the Passover lambs “crucified” in the shape of a cross?
    • Why were four cups of wine required for every Passover?
    • What were the stages of the Passover “Order”? How do they correspond to the “Order” of the Mass?
    • What psalms did Jesus sing at the Last Supper? How do they reveal the mystery of his Passion?
    • Did Jesus actually finish the Last Supper? When did he drink the fourth Passover cup?


    During the Protestant Reformation, the Reformers rejected the idea that the Eucharist is a sacrifice. In this study, Dr. Pitre shows how the Jewish Passover is the key to understanding the Eucharist as both a meal and a sacrifice. By seeing the Last Supper through Jewish eyes, you will learn how Jesus transformed what would have otherwise been simply a Roman execution into a Passover sacrifice—the new Passover of the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.

     

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Maria Seltzer
Awesome content!

A must listen to! This amazing talk on the Last Supper brings home the incredible beauty of Our Lord's sacrifice and fulfillment of the scriptures.

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Jonathan Grabe
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Stephen Paul Wilson
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great teachings learnt so much from Brandt in my time of listening to him !

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Jeanne Scobbo
Fourth cup and New Passover

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Another good title

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Very Illuminating

I loved this talk. It gave a great introduction into the Song of Solomon, and how it is interpreted. Dr. Pitre clarified this often misunderstood text and prompted me to want to learn more about Jesus as The Bridegroom (so I am now listening to Dr. Pitre's talk "Jesus the Bridegroom"). Well worth the buy.

Very Good Biblical Study on Mary and Her Role in God's Plan

Dr. Pitre does a great job explaining biblically Mary's role and some reasons the veneration that we give her as Catholics. I knew some general concepts about this already, but his talk was very good at bringing these teachings together and expounding more fully upon these mysteries.

Excellent Explanation of the Mass as Biblical Worship

I can't tell you how many times I have used what I learned in this series when talking to both Catholics and Protestants. It is very relevant for a time when even Catholics are confused about the meaning and significance of the Mass.

Another great work by Dr. Pitre

Dr. Pitre does not disappoint in his latest look at St. Joseph, using Scripture, Church History and the Fathers to Get to the heart of who St. Joseph was. What a great resource. I can't wait for the book!