Every year professing Christians celebrate the holiday known as Easter, but few have any understanding of its true origins. How does a day supposedly picturing the resurrection of Jesus Christ come to be known by the name of a pagan goddess, Ishtar? Why do people use colored eggs laid by rabbits in celebrating Christ’s resurrection? You need to know the shocking origins of this day!
Why do most professing Christians observe Christmas, Easter and Halloween, yet fail to observe the very days that the Bible clearly commands? Does it make that much difference which days we keep? Does it affect our hope for eternal life? And does it massively impact our understanding of what kind of God we worship and what is the great purpose being worked out here on earth?