One thought on “Come to ClearNote Church for Easter

  1. Presumably to celebrate the fertility rite of Eostre, “borrowed” by Christians from the original pagan celebrants in 325 C.E., when they changed the name (very slightly) and pretended that the holiday had something to do with JC's resurrection—which, as any first-grade arithmetic student should know, could not have occurred on Sunday morning if the crucifixion happened on “Good Friday.” No matter what time you start an execution on Friday, “three days and three nights in the heart of earth” (Matt. 12:40) puts the rising no earlier that 12:01 a.m. on Monday, and probably much later.


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