Who was Easter ?

“The renowned Oxford English Dictionary informs us that the name Easter is derived from the name of a goddess whose festival was celebrated at the time of the vernal equinox. We are told that she was originally known as the dawn goddess – no doubt the origin of sunrise celebrations at the time of Easter.

According to Venerable Bede, a seventh century Anglo-Saxon theologian, the English word Easter is derived from the name of the pagan fertility goddess Eostra. He tells us that “the heathen Anglo-Saxons called the fourth month “Esturmonath” after their goddess Eostra – another name representing the spring fertility goddesses such as Astarte or Ashtaroth, the goddess who was introduced into the British Isles by the Druids. In all actuality Easter is just another name for Beltis or Ishtar of the ancient Babylonians and can be traced all the way back to Hathor, the cow goddess of Egypt that was associated with the building of the golden calf at Mt. Sinai. Continue reading

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Hath God Said ?

“And He gave unto Moses, when He had made an end of communing with him upon mount Sinai, two tables of Testimony, tables of stone, written with the Finger of God !”     Exodus 31:18

For this is the Covenant (Oath, Promise) that I will make with the house of Israel (children of Abraham, children of faith)after those days, saith the LORD (Jehovah, Yehuwah); I will put My laws (instructions in righteousness) into their mind, and write them in their hearts: and I will be to them a God (Elohim – Mighty One), and they shall be to Me a people . . . !”   Hebrews 8:10-12

“. . . Written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the Living God; not in tables of stone, but in the fleshy tables of their hearts !”     II Corinthians 3:3

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