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Basically, because chickens and rabbits are born in the spring. They have therefore become symbols of the pagan holiday of Eostre, celebrating the start of the growing season. Christians later incorporated this celebration into the Easter holiday, which is how the incongruous picture of rabbits laying chocolate eggs came to be associated with Christ's resurrection.
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we have Easter eggs because it symbolises new life
Easter eggs remind us of new life and that Jesus died on the cross for us and that he was resurrected
Promoted as a celebration of Christ's resurrection, Easter is actually rooted in false religion. The name Easter itself has been linked to Eostre, or Ostara, the Anglo-Saxon g…oddess of the dawn and of spring. Eggs "have been prominent as symbols of new life and resurrection," says the EncyclopÃ¦dia Britannica, while the hare and the rabbit have long served as symbols of fertility . Easter, therefore, is really a fertility rite thinly disguised as a celebration of Christ's resurrection. Would God condone the use of a filthy fertility rite to commemorate his Son's resurrection? Never! (2 Corinthians 6:17, 18) In fact, the Scriptures neither command nor authorize the commemorating of Jesus' resurrection in the first place. To do so in the name of Easter, therefore, is to be doubly disloyal.
Eggs signify new life, which Jesus Christ gave us in the resurrection, allowing us to have eternal life after death with him in heaven. Thus the eggs signify new life, this wa…s its original beginning. It has become secularized, but it still has a Christian foundation. The egg was used by ancient people well before it was used by the Catholic church for Easter. The church took the pagen holiday of Estor and made it into a christian religious celebration. The egg has always been seen as new life to ancient people.
because they represent new life.
Are you trying to say why are there eggs on easter? If so, because the plastic eggs have candy from the Easter Bunny.
A symbol of fertility in pagan traditions.
because the egg is like a ball
You should be able to buy Easter eggs in about late March, early April.
They sell the same shape Easter eggs in France as us. Every country in the whole world has the same shape Easter eggs as us.
They symbolize new life, as in the resurrection.
In Eggs (food)
Hard boiled eggs are sometimes decorated for Easter eggs - to do this start with a pan filled with enough cold water to cover the eggs. Place the required quantity of eggs in …the pan, bring pan to a gentle simmer (otherwise eggs bounce and the shells crack). Simmer for about 15 minutes, then drain eggs and leave to go cold before decorating them. that is correct but if i were you i would just buy Easter eggs! in stead
Catholics don't eat eggs on lent so on Easter is a time when you can finally eat eggs after the long weeks of lent
Nobody is absolutely sure... These days we have eggs when it's easter time probably because of a culture or because of a legend. We have eggs at easter because many generatio…ns have brought this idea up but nobody knows the 'root' of this idea.
Colored boiled eggs are seldom available in stores. You have to buy eggs, boil them and color them yourself. You can buy Easter egg coloring at any store like Walmart, Kmart a…nd Target. Vinegar is usually added to the coloring, so you need that, too. Chocolate Easter eggs are sold in stores like those above, grocery stores, dollar stores, etc.
Easter is based on an old "pagan" custom pre-existing the birth and death of Christ. In fact, although the death of Christ is the cause for the Christian celebration of ea…ster, the timing of easter, based on the spring equinox is roughly equivalent to the time of His conception. Interestingly, the celebration of His actual birth is roughly nine months later (in December) equal to the full gestation period of a human infant. Both of these dates are based on pagan ritual and custom and not on the actual events of Jesus's life. The "pagan" easter festival was a festival of fertility. Eggs, rabbits, hot-cross buns, and a variety of other fecundity symbols were part of the ancient rites. When Christianity wished to appeal to pagans and convert them, it incorporated many pagan rites into the Christian service and overlaid them with Christian themes. This made the pagans feel at home and helped them to embrace the watered down Christian faith. I am speaking in generalities, here, as this is what happened with the main body of the Christian church; however, there were many who did not support this; and there are many today that do not support the use of fertility symbols and other non-Christian practices as part of Easter. The short answer to your question is that eggs have everything to do with a pagan fertility celebration and should have nothing to do with a Christian observance of the death of Christ.