Was Jesus celebrating the Jewish Passover? Or the Christian Easter Holiday?
Jesus broke all the rules about the Passover celebration... Jesus didn't celebrate a Jewish Passover, but a Christian one! The celebration of the Passover in a Jewish home was ordained by God the Father to be celebrated eternally and for ever in a family setting where the son asks his father, "why is this night so differrent from the other nights"? and the Father, not the Sunday School Teacher takes the time to explain everybody the Exodus story... Since all of Jesus Apostles rejected their families to follow Jesus they had no family setting to celebrate the Jewish Passover so they were obviously forcd to start celebrating EASTER as we know it today...
My question is, where do the Christians get the Bunny and he Eggs into this Holy Season?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
It would have been physically impossible for Jesus to celebrate Easter. There was no such thing as Christianity until after he was killed by the Romans. And how could he have been celebrating his own resurrection BEFORE he even died???
Jesus was celebrating Passover; he was an observant Jew and as such would have marked all the Jewish festivals and occasions.
- donahueLv 43 years ago
Um, Jesus and the Apostles have been celebrating the Jewish Passover, no longer the Easter experience. The Easter experience became the dying and resurrection of Jesus. on account that He could no longer be on the table, on the go and resurrected on a similar time. He became celebrating the Jewish Passover. Christianity got here FROM Jewish traditions. The Roman emperor Constantine made Christianity the real faith of the Roman empire. by using lots of the Romans and, alot of the conquered international locations, believed in paganism, he incorporsted some pagan dates into Christianity, Easter became one. This became to help contained in the assimilation of those human beings into the recent faith.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Jesus celebrated Passover. Eggs and rabbits have nothing to do with the life of Christ.