Pagan fertility symbols of rabbits and eggs…

The Big Lie of Easter
by David Ben-Ariel

“Why do you perpetuate pagan fertility symbols of rabbits and eggs and don’t have anything for Passover? No little lambs, nothing. John the Baptist called Jesus the ‘Lamb of God’ – not the Easter bunny!” – so I wrote a popular family restaurant about their country store and was informed they received my email and would respond.

How many folks actually stop and THINK? How many question why the focus is on an Easter bunny and not on the Passover Lamb? Why have professing Christians enabled this deliberate diversion and deception? Where has the outrage been among those who profess to love the Lord when they see society swept away with hare-brained traditions? Why the tacit approval by deathly silence and default?

You will find people celebrating Passover throughout the Bible, including Jesus. But you won’t find people celebrating Easter. The word Easter comes from an ancient fertility goddess. It’s spelled in different ways but usually pronounced “Easter” or something like it. For instance, the Babylonians called her Ishtar. The Phoenicians worshipped their goddess Astarte. The Germans had Ostara. The Hebrews called her Ashtoreth. This is all the same goddess, and God condemned the Israelites for having anything to do with this pagan goddess of fertility and the dawn. – Shocked by the Bible

How can a Christian nation have anything to do with a pagan goddess? With the fertility symbols of rabbits and eggs long associated with Easter and exposed by history and condemned by the Bible? Any observance of Easter is as impudent as a whore who feels no shame for her sins.

Those who dishonestly continue to partake of Easter’s modified pagan practices, its whitewashed heathen customs, are guilty of spiritual adultery! Such perverse Christians are whoring around with foreign gods and goddesses and undoubtedly will incur the wrath of God upon our nation of drunks and whores and illegitimate children (who have been sacrificed to demons rather than consecrated to God).

“Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination? No! They were not at all ashamed nor did they know how to blush. Therefore they shall fall among those who fall [the slain] at the time I punish them, they shall be cast down, says the LORD” (Jeremiah 6:15).

Traditional Christianity, like an adulterous woman, “…eats and wipes her mouth, and says, ‘I have done no wickedness…'” (Prov. 30:20).

God let ancient Israel and Judah suffer NATIONAL DEFEAT, DESTRUCTION AND DEPORTATION due to their “harmless” religious celebrations! Has God changed His mind? Isn’t Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today and forever?

God condemns our countries for IDOLATRY — not just for immorality! Easter is both immoral and idolatrous, as are those worthless ministers who have let Easter take root and defile our land with its pagan pollutions. It is idolatry when religious folks continue to put pagan Easter above Passover (that the early Church of God faithfully observed), when they continue to pimp traditional religious lies of a “Sunday resurrection”  – even though the plain truth of the Bible teaches: “After the women rested on the regular weekly Sabbath, they went to Jesus’ tomb early on the first day of the week (Sunday), “while it was still dark” (John 20:1), and found that He had already been resurrected (Matthew 28:1-6; Mark 16:2-6; Luke 24:1-3)”- Easter: Masking a Biblical Truth .

Easter’s not harmless; engaging in pagan practices like dying eggs and mindlessly decorating trees with eggs and eating Easter ham (an abomination!)  is showing extreme disrespect to our Great Creator God, the God of the Bible, the God of Israel who thunders:

Jeremiah 10
2 Do not learn the way of the Gentiles…

Why not keep it simple and love and obey God and do as He says rather than blind tradition dictates? If not, stop calling yourself a Christian nation and be honest enough to admit you’re a pagan nation and prepare to suffer the consequences!

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4 Responses to “Pagan fertility symbols of rabbits and eggs…”

  1. marisa Says:

    You are a nut. Easter never harmed anyone, except you. I dont celebrate it, but I don’t care enough to condemn an entire nation for what some people enjoy. God never said for you to push your worthless religious opinion on everyone within keystroke or earshot. Taking you’re preachy, riddiculous opinions and go live in a shack somewhere where we hateful idolatrous pagans cant come getcha

  2. Evelyn Yvonne Theriault Says:

    Although I am not a practicing Christian I do appreciate your discussion.

    I’ve always believed that people should differentiate between Religious observances and the secular/cultural traditions that have arisen among them. You probably realize – but perhaps not your readers – that these pagan traditions were folded into the Christian observances as part of the process of converting people to Christianity. As a schoolteacher, I stress this point quite often in my Religion Ethics courses and make sure that my students know which is which. So we would agree on that.

    Evelyn
    http://oldfashionedholidays.wordpress.com

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