Plenty of depicitions of eggs and fresh, new, green stuff to remember the goddess, Eostre and the feminine roll in fertility, oh, and the odd rabbit or two.
by Abihahyil Shawmar 6 years ago
Any encyclopaedia or dictionary, such as The Oxford English Dictionary, will supply the answer: Easter had a pre-Christian origin, namely a festival in honour of Eostre, the Teutonic dawn-goddess, and as Usha or Ushas, the Hindu dawn-goddess. This Eostre was also known to be the spring goddess and...
by CWanamaker 6 years ago
What are some great ways to decorate your home for Easter?
by Susan Britton 6 years ago
Do you have any unique ideas to decorate Easter eggs for Easter?
by ptosis 2 years ago
How come Christians eat ham for Easter when Jesus was a Jew?I would think having lamb or beef would be the choice. And how did the Easter bunny laying chicken eggs? I know eggs are a symbol of birth and life, but what about the rabbit?
by Matthew Milam II 7 years ago
Who is Tammuz (Ezekiel 8), and how is he directly related to Easter?If God was upset with the practice taking place in His house then what do you think He would have to say today?
by Elayne 7 years ago
I am a Christian, and this weekend holds much significance for me. We celebrate the most important event that has happened on this earth. Although this article may be controversial, I am grateful for my beliefs in the Savior, Jesus Christ, his mission and his atonement.You can read this article...
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