What do popular Easter symbols like rabbits and colored eggs have to do with Christ’s resurrection? Does God have anything to say about the Easter sunrise service?
Easter is one of the most popular among traditional Christian celebrations. It’s supposed to commemorate Christ’s resurrection.
But since Easter is just the culmination of the 40-day period called Lent, we have to ask the question: Where did this entire tradition originate?
The Lenten season is preceded by Ash Wednesday, which is likewise preceded by the raucous Mardi Gras celebration, which literally means “fat Tuesday.”
Where did these strange customs come from? And WHY is fish and its popular symbol also associated with Christ?
These are very interesting and intriguing questions. They need answers, especially because they very obviously have NOTHING to do with Christ or His glorious resurrection!