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So Sunday is Easter, which is 23 March. And then Pesach starts 19 April. If all this isn’t raising a red flag, then let’s rewind. Easter is about how Jesus came back to life, which implies he was dead, which then in turn implies he had been alive. While he was alive the first time, they all got together to celebrate Pesach (before he died). Yes, the same aforementioned event which happens to be celebrated several weeks after the holiday which celebrates him coming back to life. Simply put, the dates of celebration are out of order because Easter is being celebrated too early.

Clearly, someone somewhere has screwed something up.

Notably, it appears that those who adhere to the Julian calender do indeed celebrate Easter at a more appropriate date (27 April for this year).