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2.12 List of Jewish holidays for the years from 2010 to 2017


List of Jewish holidays for the years from 2010 to 2017


This is a study aid to study Jewish holidays. It is a list showing the Jewish Holy Days and when they occur according to the Jewish calendar and also according to our calendar.

The list gives the dates for the years 2010 to 2017.

The first column gives the name of the holiday.

The second column gives the date of the respective holiday according to the Hebrew Date. These Hebrew dates remain every year the same.

The third column and the columns then following give the Christian Dates and they change every year due to the difference between the Jewish calencar and ours.

The history of these dates and their practice now could just be a foreshadowing of things to come - in the times of the end. So their real relevance might lie in the future.

The example might be Channukah or Hanukkak (Festival of Lights). Its original date comes from the day Antiochus IV Epiphanes desecrated the altar. The first time this day was celebrated, was three years later, when the altar was re-dedicated by Judas Maccabeus. Now the real event might be the day when something happens that is forecast and predicted in the Bible and that is the day when the daily sacrifice is taken away and the abomination of desolation is set up. And this day may fall on the same day of the year when it is celebrated now, on the 25th day of Kislev.

For a discussion of this have a look at,
The abomination of desolation,
and for a possible time for this future event at,
Bar chart end-times.

The real event is still in the future as Jesus has prophesied:
When ye shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place.

So this event is to be expected. And then, may be 3 or three and a half years later, an even more important event will take place, the re-dedication of the altar, the second coming of the Lord.

And if this second coming of the Lord is on the 25th of Kislev, may be towards the 25th of December, then this second coming might be on the day we now celebrate his first coming.


List of Jewish holidays for the years from 2010 to 2017
Holiday Name Hebrew Date 2010 A.D.2011 A.D.2012 A.D.2013 A.D.2014 A.D.2015 A.D.2016 A.D.2017 A.D.
Jewish Year 5770 5771 5771 57725772 57735773 57745774 57755775 57765776 57775777 5778
Purim 15 AdarSun Feb 28 Sun Mar 20Mar 8Feb 24Mar 16Mar 5Mar 24Mar 12
Pesach, Passover 15-21 NisanTue Mar 30 - Tue Apr 6 Tue Apr 19 - Tue Apr 26Apr 7-14Mar 26 - Apr 2Apr 15-22Apr 4-11Apr 23-30Apr 11-18
Shavuot, Pentecost 6-7 SivanWed May 19 - Thu May 20 Wed Jun 8 - Thu Jun 9May 27-28May 15-16June 4-5May 24-25Jun 12-13May 31 - Jun 1
Rosh Hashanah, New Year 1-2 TishreiThu Sep 9 - Fri Sep 10 Thu Sep 29 - Fri Sep 30Sep 17-18Sep 5-6Sep 25-26Sep 14-15Oct 3-4Sep 21-22
Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement 10 TishreiSat Sep 18 Sat Oct 8Sep 26Sep 14Oct 4Sep 23Oct 12Sep 30
Succot, Tabernacles 15-20 TishreiThu Sep 23 - Wed Sep 29 Thu Oct 13 - Wed Oct 19Oct 1-7Sep 19-25Oct 9-15Sep 28 - Oct 4Oct 17-23Oct 5-11
Shemini Atzeret 22 TishreiThu Sep 30 Thu Oct 20Oct 8Sep 26Oct 16Oct 5Oct 24Oct 12
Simchar Torah, Rejoicing of the Law 23 TishreiFri Oct 1 Fri Oct 21Oct 9Sep 27Oct 17Oct 6Oct 25Oct 13
Channukah or Hanukkak, Festival of Lights 25 Kislev - 2 TevetThu Dec 2 - Thu Dec 9 Wed Dec 21 - Wed Dec 28Sun Dec 9 - Sun Dec 16Thu Nov 28 - Thu Dec 5Wed Dec 17 - Wed Dec 24Mon Dec 7 - Mon Dec 14Sun Dec 25 - Sun Jan 1 2017Wed Dec 13 - Wed Dec 20


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