In this video, Dr. Charles Blackstock addresses the question of whether Christians should celebrate Easter. He explains that long before the word "Easter" was ever used, Christians celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the cornerstone of the Gospel and the central theme in the New Testament. He explains that the resurrection of Jesus is the proof of the Gospel and that early Christians celebrated this fact. He notes that while Easter bunnies and Easter egg hunts are pagan and displace the true meaning of Easter, Christians should be careful to avoid letting that become a distraction and should focus on celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He encourages Christians to celebrate Easter with a clear conscience, knowing that it is not about any pagan traditions but about Jesus Christ being alive from the dead.