I think as Christians we should be educated on certain things we participate in. Before last "CHRIST-mas" I took a lot of time doing research on the origins of the holidays most American Christians celebrate, as well as the origins of the traditions of these holidays. If anyone is educated in this area I would like some opinions and thoughts please. I do not celebrate Halloween at all. For "CHRIST-mas" I do not put up a tree nor do I tell my child about "Santa-Claus". For Easter I'm not crazy about egg hunt, but can manage how Christians believe the egg is a symbol for Jesus tomb. However when the bunny comes in the scene I'm still just not so sure how exactly I feel about the whole thing. I think it would be really awesome to switch up traditions in a way that's fun for Christians as well as them benefiting in their walk with Christ. So what do you all think about these holidays? Halloween,Christ-mas,Easter,Thanksgiving? Lastly what about holidays in the bible? Does anyone celebrate passover?