Why are "those" calling Easter Evil?

I'm growing rather weary and wary of this onslought of "religious" spirit, law keeping zealots who are now rebuking me for using the word "Easter"...  Well, 3 things I have to say to you out there.  1. God read my King James Bible Acts  12:4.    2.  Easter comes from the word East  Meaning the rising sun, dawn.   3. Finally, if you disagree, then go read your own Bible that clearly tells you not to get hung up on and into silly arguments on a celebration, holiday, meat, drink etc. issue involving the church (body of Christ). Colossians 2:16,17; 1 Timothy 1:4...  Without laboring the point I found an interesting link and 2 very good comments that sum it up better than I here below:

Happy Easter!  Happy Resurrection Day!  Happy Passover!  Happy Pascha!


Why the Bible properly uses the word Easter




(note: I disagree with the author of this study on using all Bible Translations.  The King James Version is the most accurate and reliable translation available today.  All modern versions are perverted tranlations.  Please see this study on Bible Translations and related issues of the church.


  1. Bob says: " I am glad to see humility and candor from the commenters in this post instead of angry arguing and defensiveness of positions held. Some contentious people like to argue and ignore the advice of Paul in I Timothy 1:4–“nor pay attention to myths and endless genealogies, which give rise to mere speculation rather than the administration of God which is by faith.” As we love and seek to build each other up we will want to be kind, patient and hospitable. Thanks be to God for brothers like this."
  2. "16 Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days:
    17 Which are a shadow of things to come; but the body is of Christ.
    The Holy Bible: King James Version. (1995). (electronic ed. of the 1769 edition of the 1611 Authorized Version., Col 2:16–17). Bellingham WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc.
    I feel perfectly fine calling it Easter even though it may not be the correct term. Additionally, I have no issue with those who call it Pascha or Resurrection Day. Folks, it just doesn’t matter what you call it in letters, the important thing is knowing the far reaching affect of what it represents!"

Let's look at what Easter is all about in the Bible:



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