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Easter, Christmas: Which Is More Significant?

Am really confused here.The birth of christ or the death anyway i believe christ was sent to earth so he can reconcile man with God.Both are significant.

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You want me to take you through why ONLY 66 books make the canon?

The OT was already codified by the time of Christ and even Jesus alluded to this.

The NT. The last book was done in 95-6 AD

Now, the idea that Holy Spirit revealed stuff to latter day believers which was hidden from the Primitive/Early church is catholic-esque. They have no qualms believing that Mary was Assumed even in absence of that from the NT. are you Catholic?

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The church is able to bind and loose as per Jesus.

The Jews celebrated the passover feast, easter is the fulfilment of the passover.

my question to you is,how do know that we should believe in the writings from Genesis to Rev? Also you do realise that the scriptures were written decades after the event?

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What scriptures from Genesis to Revelation tell you to celebrate Christmas or Easter?

These are late traditions and Christianity was doing fine by itself before the inventions came in

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men to write books that ended up being OT and NT.

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Both are totally irrelevant and man-made

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I'm going with Christmas because Father Christmas is way cooler than the Easter bunny.

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of course its not food. Its for God both easter and christmas thats why they are both significant

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See, the purpose of xmas is not the food, drinks and presents. It's about God's love for us which He demonstrated by sending Jesus down here. It's left to us if we went to accept this great gift of love or not. I have.

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because you get more food and presents

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They are of equal significance.He was born to die for our sins,and he couldn't die if he hadn't been born.His birth is as important as his death,he was born to die,and he died to give us a reason to live n be born again.

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They are both significant

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They are both significant

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anyone who tries to rip Easter and Christmas apart is bidding for the wrath of God on his head.

How could one even think that one is more important than the other. Both events are significant, important, individually unique, and one wont have meaning without the other.

Jesus was born pure and holy, through a holy vessel in the person of Mother Mary. He died a unique death to fulfill a certain unique purpose and awoke from death in a unique way.

If anyone says he/she puts a dividing line between Easter and Christmas, my conclusion is that such person is not a Christian.

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Easter. Wasn't that obvious?

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But he had to be born first. I say both are significant.

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Easter is more Significiant

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Easter cos he arose from the grave to make the difference.

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But how is there death without there first being life?

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The death is most important.

Ressurection.

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yes thats it, you've answered the qwestion.

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