It is referred to as the holiest day on the church calendar. Although it is not as big as Christmas, it is still a huge day for commercial sales. Christians dress up in new fancy clothes, display images of sentient rabbits and hares, and decorate eggs with all sorts of elaborate colors and designs. It is the holiday of Easter.
And although it is supposed to commemorate the resurrection of Messiah, why is it celebrated with images and symbols not found in scripture as well as normally not being celebrated on the annual anniversary of Messiah’s resurrection?