The Origin of Easter Customs

Reply Sat 26 Mar, 2016 07:46 am
While doing research on the custom of easter one finds that it's many customs have nothing to do with the resurrection of Jesus. Actually the holiday does not accurately deal with when he died. For example, this year, the actual date of his death fell on March 23rd of this year. With his rising three days later he would rise on the 26th, a Saturday.

Why do many try to associate it with the resurrection?
Reply Sat 26 Mar, 2016 11:36 am
Because they are not disingenuous posers like you?
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Reply Sat 26 Mar, 2016 12:23 pm
The "actual" date of any event is not going to change from one year to the next.

Hello . . . hello? Is there anyone in there?
Reply Sat 26 Mar, 2016 03:16 pm
except by about 0. 11 seconds of cumulative precession
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Reply Sat 26 Mar, 2016 03:18 pm
Hmmm, when did the imaginary person die, let's see if we can figure this out.
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