This pre-war drawing shows a group of men practicing Taschlich, the custom involving going to a river or creek on Rosh Hashanah and casting a piece of bread into the river symbolizing the “casting off” of sins. Are you ready for the new year 5775? Shana tova!
So Christians, get a hunk of bread, go down to the river, transfer your sins to the hunk of bread, and throw it into the river. Why go to a priest as instituted by Christ, when you can do it the Talmudic way?