The Christian holiday of Easter is now over.
Is the Name “Easter” of Pagan Origin?
Misconception: The church borrowed the name Easter from pagans.
by Roger Patterson on April 19, 2011; last featured March 11, 2016
The modern controversy over the name Easter, when used in association with the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, is interesting, to say the least.
The modern controversy over the name Easter, when used in association with the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, is interesting, to say the least. The controversy seems to have blossomed at the beginning of the twentieth century and has caused many disturbances through the years. Examining this question is important to many Christians who do not wish to mix the worship of false gods with their worship of the only true God………….but read on…https://answersingenesis.org/holidays/easter/is-the-name-easter-of-pagan-origin/
It appears therefore that unbelievers are being led up the garden path (well we know they are) by the misconception that we Christians are basing our beliefs upon pagan history. ‘Easter’ has nothing to do with any pagan rites, rituals or celebrations. Easter is a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ who demonstrated that same destiny awaits all those who believe in God and have put their faith in what Jesus has done for them. Let the wicked forsake their own way, let the dead bury their dead and let all those who place their hope in a world with hollow promises just like the chocolate eggs of their secular celebrations, perish with them. All we as Christians can do is pray for them……