Don’t Passover Easter: A New Defense of “Easter” in Acts 12:4

$ 9.99

The King James Bible uses the word Easter in Acts 12:4.

  • Is this a reference to the Christian holiday?
  • Or a pagan holiday?
  • Or is it a reference to the Jewish Passover?

In this short book, author Bryan C. Ross analyzes the use of Easter  He does so using pre-King James translations, etymological studies, and exegetical context.

This book will be loved by those who love the King James Bible but are perplexed by this seeming anachronism. It will also challenge some common thinking as to what Easter means in Acts 12:4.

 

Weight .7 lbs

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