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  • Of Course Christians Should Celebrate Passover

    Passover is one of the most sacred celebrations within religion, and is an integral part of the story of Christianity. Christ, the singular most significant component outside of God, in the Christian religion, celebrated Passover. There is no reason why a person who touts himself or herself as “Christian”, would not celebrate the period of Passover. It is as much apart of religious right as Palm Sunday, Good Friday, or the ultimate time for Christians to rejoice – Easter Sunday.

  • Sure, if they want to.

    Atheists celebrate Christmas and Easter, as do some Jews. Why can't Christians celebrate Passover? As long as it's being done respectfully and not to mock or belittle, there should not be a problem with the celebration. It's a wonderful way for us all to learn about each others traditions and religions.

  • Is this really a question?

    -Jesus celebrated the Passover
    -the Passover is all about Jesus
    -Jesus is the Passover lamb
    -the crucifixion was pointed to by the blood on the doorposts back in Egypt
    -Passover is God's symbol for mankind's redemption that would be fullfilled
    -Passover has been covered up by Easter which is modeled after a pagan celebration and even named after a pagan goddess

    So Christians have the most reason to celebrate the Passover, not by sacrificing a lamb since that was done in Christ but by honoring that Great Sacrifice!

  • Absolutely NOT! Pesach is for Jews! (Though Gentiles have their place in it)

    Pesach (Passover) is a Jew only celebration. It's only for Jews, gentiles should not participate in a Jewish Seder. A Christian/Gentile should read Exodus, Proclaim that G-d is alive, and proclaim to others that our G-d is alive today and was alive to save his chosen people.

    While this is a Jewish only holiday, it may please Gentiles and Christians that traditional Matzah may be enjoyed by a Gentile ^_^.

  • Christians should not celebrate Passover.

    Passover is a Jewish holiday that is significant in both their history and their traditions. It commemorates the time that they were required to sacrifice an animal and put a cross on their door with the blood in order to protect their eldest child from being killed. n other words, the time they were "passed over." This was not the experience of the Christians, so while they should honor the holiday it is not their holiday to celebrate.


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