One of the biggest holidays surrounding Jesus’ sacrifice and resurrection is polarizing people.
Whether you’re settling in to watch Ten Commandments or Prince of Egypt with the family to kick off this pre-Easter weekend, the part of the story most likely to invoke questions among children or just generally inquisitive viewers is the angel of death and the Passover feast.
What is this ritual of covering the door lintels with blood and eating a very specific meal that one night?
Passover as a Symbol
If you’re a Christian who has had the opportunity to join a Seder meal—the traditional night of celebration on Passover—or a messianic Jew, then you are no doubt well aware of the wealth of symbolism pointing toward Christ and his sacrifice.