The Origins of Passover and Easter

As a child I believed (as a child does) that all I was told was true — traditions, holidays, what have you.  Generation after generation we are taught, and later teach our children the very same ideas and traditions that are blindly passed down.  The same applies to the holiday that most of the western… Continue reading The Origins of Passover and Easter

Origins of Halloween

While the majority of folks around the world are preparing to dress up for one of the most lucrative retail holidays in this fallen world, Halloween, I decided to write this article for all of you who are Christians and do not know the origins of this tradition. If you think that the Roman Catholic… Continue reading Origins of Halloween

Skull and Crossbones in Trinitatis Church – Copenhagen, Denmark

There are so many stories about this symbol and such a wide variety of sources that tell us why this symbols is used.  Some sources say that in ancient times it didn’t necessarily have a negative connotation.  It was a reminder that this life was not eternal, but provided hope for what was to come… Continue reading Skull and Crossbones in Trinitatis Church – Copenhagen, Denmark