What is viewed as a game by children can have deep significance for adults.
An overview of preparing for the seder and the elements of a traditional seder.
Jewish texts have much to say on this subject.
The selections highlight different aspects of the holiday.
The bread of poverty has a rich history in Rabbinic literature.
Commentaries on the Haggadah contrast the evil of Laban with Pharaoh and see Laban as a symbol for political, sociological, and psychological evil.
Unleavened bread represents both slavery and freedom.
There is a theological explanation for why Passover occurs in the spring.
There are many explanations as to why the Sabbath before Passover is called Shabbat HaGadol.
There are additional requirements for making sure Passover utensils are kosher.
A selection of seder customs from around the world