Comment: By the time of Yahshua

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By the time of Yahshua

The Jews were keeping the feasts about like they are today. They call the entire week Passover.

You say it should be Easter but the FACT is that the word the King James translators translated was Pasach.

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πάσχα
pascha
pas'-khah
Of Chaldee origin (compare [H6453]); the Passover (the meal, the day, the festival or the special sacrifices connected with it)

As you see the word is pascha which is directly from Pesach and in no way sounds like or is associated with Easter. And again if it was Easter then why didn't the pagan Greeks just put Easter? Because it is supposed to be Pesach/Pascha/Passover.

Also it doesn't matter if you call it Pesach or Passover because they mean the same thing. Easter doesn't and never did. Even today Easter with its supposed dual meaning doesn't represent Passover.