Ashtoreth or Resurrection?

Read more at: The Shillong Times

H Chin Khenthang tells the story of Easter Sunday FOR NEARLY 2,000 years, Christians all over the world annually celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, the day of which falls sometimes in March and sometimes in April. A vast majority of Christians called it Easter Sunday, but a microscopic minority hates to call it Easter Sunday because Easter is the name of a pagan goddess.
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