I’d be willing to bet, if I were a betting man, that y’all celebrated Easter when you were young, complete with Easter baskets with a big chocolate bunny, Easter eggs, … Continue reading Passover, Easter and the Christian
Earlier this week, I wrote about Yom Kippur, the Hebrew day of atonement, and the messianic meaning behind behind it. In fact, every commanded feast found in Exodus and Leviticus, … Continue reading Messianic Meanings for the Hebrew Feasts
Ever since Christians were kids, Good Friday was the day that was put aside to mark the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It’s the Friday before Easter – which is the … Continue reading So When Was Jesus Really Crucified?
A number of friends and colleagues have had this discussion for a long time now – Should we really be celebrating Easter, given its origins? Personally, I don’t celebrate Easter. … Continue reading Passover or Easter? Which Is It?