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Open Phones: Relevance of Easter and Passover

Friday, April 06, 2012

As we head into the weekend, we'd like to hear from you: what is the relevance of Easter and Passover in today's world? Give us a call at 212-433-9692 or post here!

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Comments [8]

Ed from Larchmont

I guess it's best to say that Passover and Easter mean that, in the face of death and war and disasters, there's hope for me, and for you, and for the whole world.

Apr. 06 2012 12:50 PM
GJ from NYC

Offensive Christian caller who is basically saying I am damned.

Apr. 06 2012 12:00 PM
Brenda from New York City

It is the only time of year that two major religions celebrate holidays of real significance. It's a lovely feeling.
http://heresheisboys.com/2012/04/04/why-this-season-is-different-from-all-others/

Apr. 06 2012 11:59 AM
Ed from Larchmont

For the world, it's the begining of the Kingdom that will not end - the fullness of life.

Apr. 06 2012 11:57 AM
Ed from Larchmont

"When you make a holy day for God, you find that you've made a holiday for men." G.K. Chesterton

Passover and the Passover of Jesus - not an ancient event only, but the hope of the world.

Apr. 06 2012 11:54 AM
John A.

War is a path to getting us what we want. Give up want and you have the path to peace. My lesson: Good Friday = The End of War.

Apr. 06 2012 11:39 AM
Martin Chuzzlewit from Manhattan

It’s difficult to imagine a segment on the “Relevance of Ramadan” ever appearing on the BLS.

Apr. 06 2012 11:34 AM

Guzzlenuts:

Would you consider yourself more of a Ringlefinch or a Tosserlad?

Apr. 06 2012 10:40 AM

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