We can know for certain that Jesus, the last Adam, paid the penalty of sin and death brought into the world by the first Adam.
If Easter is supposed to be a celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, how did all these symbols and customs get added to the original fasting and feasting?
The controversy over the name Easter, when used in association with the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, is interesting, to say the least.
Many claim that what we call Easter today was developed as Roman Catholicism co-opted pagan festivals celebrated in honor of various false gods and goddesses.
We should remember to be grateful to the Lord every single day of the year for sending His Son to die on the Cross in our place.
This Sunday many Christians will commemorate the resurrection of their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
One of the problems we have in the church today is that by and large the Bible has been disconnected from the real world.