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it represents new life like when Mary went to go see Jesus he was gone and everyone believed he was then a spirit
so it represents new life
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Why do you have Easter eggs at Easter?

Very simply, Christians have eggs at Easter because pagans used to celebrate the coming of spring with eggs (which were a sign of new life and rebirth). When Christianity spre

Why are Easter eggs important at Easter?

It's a celebration of new life during the Spring Equinox which means, whoops, it's a "pagan" tradition (to use the term "pagan" quite loosely).  My guess is that Christia

What do Easter eggs represent?

Easter eggs (and bunnies) represent fertility. Easter is named after Eostre, the Saxon goddess of spring, when fertility and new life were celebrated.

Why are Easter eggs associated with Easter?

Rabbits and eggs are pagan fertility symbols of extreme antiquity.   Birds lay eggs and rabbits give birth to large litters in the early spring these became symbols of the
In Easter

What does the Easter bunny have to do with Easter and the egg?

It has nothing to do with Christianity. The legend has it that there was a beautiful bird who loved the goddess Isis. Each year on the spring equinox would come and lay her co