I never understood the entire Easter concept. Even when I was little. Unless I’m mistaken, the idea is that God sent himself down to be sacrificed to himself, in order to forgive the people he created from a sin he imposed upon them in the first place. I didn’t, and still don’t, understand why in the world God had to do all that in order to take back what he apparently decided was a mistake, which (to me) cast the “infallible” idea into doubt.
Now that I’m on the topic, it wasn’t a sacrifice anyway, because he was resurrected after his crucifixion, something that I assume God knew would happen beforehand. I was always under the impression that “sacrifice” implied a loss.
Again, this is just random musing, and not an attack.