Is the word easter in the Bible?
- the ChristianLv 77 years ago
No..but either is the work trinity:
The Trinity one God existing in three person the father, the son, the spirit. (1 God =
1 + 1 son + 1 spirit). The father is not the spirit…the spirit is not the son….the son
is not the father.
Note: The word trinity does not appear in the bible…but it is a biblical teaching
Verses in the bible that say the father is God: (John 6:27, Romans 1:7, 1 peter 1:2)
Who is the father: The father does the calling – Romans 8: 28-29, Ephs 1:4
Names of the father: our father (Isaiah 64:8), everlasting father (Isaiah 9:6), heavenly father (Matthew 5:45).
Verses in the bible that say the son is God (Jesus): John 1:1, Romans 9:5, Hebrews 1:8, 1 john 5:20
Who is the son: he is our savior (2 timothy 1:10), He is God our savior (Titus 1: 2-3), the mediator Between man and god (1 timothy 2:5)
Names of the son: Advocate (1 john 2:1, bridegroom (Matthew 9:15), Chief Shepard (1 peter 5:4)
Verses in the bible that say the holy is God: Acts 5: 3-4, 1 Corinthians 3:16
Who is the holy spirit: The holy spirit testified to Christ (John 16:8), He teaches us (John 14:26)
The holy spirit also: Has a will ( 1 Corinthians 12:11), The holy spirit has a mind (Romans 8:27)
Names of the holy spirit: he is the convector (John 16:8), The comforter (John 14:16)
Verse that claim jesus as God: Matthew 1:23, Isaiah 9:6, Isaiah 43: 10,11. Isaiah 44:6, 2 peter 1:1, Isaiah 44:24, john 1:3, Colossians 1:16 2 peter 1:1, John 1:1, 14, john 5: 17-18, John 8:24, John 20:28, Acts 20:28, 1 timothy 3:16, Titus 2:13, REVELATION 1:8, revelation 22:13, revelation 22:16, Deuteronomy 6:4, John 8:58, John 10:31, Romans 9:5, Philippians 2: 5-8, Colossians 2:8-10, 1 Timothy 2:3-4, Titus 1:3, Titus 2:10, Jude 25, Mark 2:5-11
Verses that say the father is God: 2 Corinthians 6:18, Romans 8:15, Psalm 89:26, 1 John 3:1, Romans 8:15-17, Matthew 5:16, john 1:18, John 4 23:-24, John 6: 45-46, John 14:6, John 14:26 and more…….
Verse that say the holy spirit is God: Romans 8:9, Matthew 10:20, 2 corthians 13:14, Ephn 4: 4:16, 2 cor 3: 16-18, acts 8:39, Judges 15:14, eph 4:30, and more…..
Worldly illustration: The US government is one government existing in 3 branches the judicial, legistrative, executive branches. (1 government = 1 judicial branch,+ 1 legistrative branch + 1 executive. The judicial branch is not the legistrative branch, The legistrative branch is not the executive branch…the executive branch is not the judicial branch.
Note: The US government is a trinity in a sense ....a triune government. I government made of 3 branches…They don’t refer to it as trinity government but it is..
What is the executive: May veto laws,May refuse to spend money allocated for certain purposes Wages war (has operational command of the military),Makes decrees or declarations (for example, declaring a state of emergency) and promulgates lawful regulations and executive orders,…Often appoints judges ,Has power to grant pardons to convicted criminals
Names of the executive branch: Excutive
What is the legistrative branch: Writes and enacts laws,Enacts taxes, authorizes borrowing, and sets the budget,Has sole power to declare war,May start investigations, especially against the executive branch,Often appoints the heads of the executive branch,Sometimes appoints judges,Ratifies treaties
Names of the legistrative branch: legistrative
What is the judicial branch: Determines which laws apply to any given case,Determines whether a law is unconstitutional,Has sole power to interpret the law and to apply it to particular disputes May nullify laws that conflict with a more important law or constitution..,Determines the disposition of prisoners,Has power to compel testimony and the production of evidence
Names of the judicial branch: Judicial
After all if we can do with the US government…couldn’t God do it?
- RikardLv 77 years ago
The word "Easter" is found in the KJV at Acts 12:4. Remember, if you have a question about the bible, just ask an Atheist.
- BelieverLv 77 years ago
Only in the King James.......Acts 12:4....other modern Bibles use Passover incorrectly.
Herod was a pagan and was waiting til after Ishtar (Easter) to prosecute Peter. Passover had already passed. (Then were the days of unleaven bread).
- ChristineLv 77 years ago
Do not confuse "Easter" with "Passover". The word Easter comes from the pagan god Ishtar. In the spring they celebrated a fertility rite, which naturally included animals which procreate rapidly, like rabbits, and which produce eggs, like birds. It has nothing to do with the Passover that happened during the Exodus experience, when God delivered His people out of bondage in Egypt. Read the book of Exodus in the Bible.
The two festivals got mingled together in the early Christian church's attempt to get pagans to join the church, so they allowed them to have their pagan festivals and applied Christian names to them. That's how Christ's birthday got celebrated in mid-December, when the pagans celebrated their end-of-the-year ritual.
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- ShaniahLv 47 years ago
No the word easter isn't in the bible. It's of pagan origin. Which means its not Christian. So its not in the bible.
- zaLv 77 years ago
Not in English translations. It happened at Passover (which is why the word Paschal is often used) but Easter refers to the resurrection.
- Are You Sure?Lv 77 years ago
'Easter' is derived from ancient Germanic resurrection holiday.
Ēostre or Ostara is a goddess in Germanic paganism who, by way of the Germanic month bearing her name, is the namesake of the festival of Easter. Ēostre is attested by Bede in his 8th-century work De temporum ratione, where Bede states that during Ēosturmōnaþ (the equivalent to the month of April) feasts were held in Eostre's honor among the pagan Anglo-Saxons, but had died out by the time of his writing, replaced by the Christian "Paschal month" (a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus).Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%92ostre
- 7 years ago
The event is recorded in the Bible.
The name given to it is of pagan origin
(as are the days of the week, and most months)
- audetLv 43 years ago
The words Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday (Woden's Day, Thor's Day, Freya's Day, Saturn's Day) are additionally Pagan. Its beside the point The concepts are no longer. further with "Easter" by a accident of language, the Christian holiday of the resurection of Jesus has a attractiveness that is of pre-Christian beginning. vast flippin deal! If the recent testomony has a connection with this holiday, then the English translation ought to maximum actually use the observe "Easter" That pronounced -- I have not any clue regardless of if the holiday celebrating his resurection is reported in the recent testomony.
- 7 years ago
Yes. It's Paskha in Greek which means the Passover.