An Atheist Revolution Easter Collection

Zombie Jesus Will Eat Your Brain

When it comes to Christian holidays, Christmas receives all the attention. I suppose it isn't fair to blame Christians for this. After all, much of the popularity of Christmas is likely secular. Plenty of people, including atheists, celebrate it without any gods. Still, it seems like Easter should be far more meaningful to most Christians than Christmas.

Everyone who has ever lived was born, but Jesus is one of the few to be allegedly resurrected (although it should be noted that growing numbers of Christians may no longer believe this). Shouldn't that be enough to make Easter much more important than it seems to be? Easter often seems to be something of a minor holiday, almost an afterthought.

In any case, here are some of the posts I have written on, around, or about Easters past and present:

I can't say Easter has ever meant much to me, but it certainly has been a good excuse to have some fun writing about Christianity here at Atheist Revolution. I hope you enjoy your day and manage to retain some independent thought. It just might come in handy.

This post has been updated with new posts added since 2017.