"[By] Pastor Michael Smith [and] Rabbi Rami Shapiro".
"This small book is called a haggadah, Hebrew for 'The Telling'. It is the telling of the story of the Exodus of the Hebrew people from slavery in Egypt. .... There are over two thousand versions of the Passover Haggadah for Jews. This is not one of them. This is not a Jewish haggadah and is not meant for Jewish use. On the contrary, it is a Christian haggadah written explicitly for Christians in hope of enriching their understanding of Passover. For more and more churches and Christian families, the Passover seder (ritual Passover meal) is becoming a powerful opportunity to explore and honor the Jewishness of Jesus and the Jewish roots of Christianity. Yet the materials available to those Christians wishing to host a Passover seder ar limited and often fail to explain the deeper meanings of the seder from either the Jewish or Christian perspectives. This haggadah addresses that need. It grew out of Rabbi Rami's personal experience at a church seder in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where he now lives." -- Preface.
Text includes some Hebrew.
Contents: Preface / Mike Smith and Rami Shapiro -- Acknowledgements -- A Note on Translation -- A Note to the Leader -- The Christian-Passover Connection -- Setting the Seder Table -- The Seder -- Further Reading -- About Paraclete Press.