Easter Sunday is the most important day in the Christian calendar for evangelicals. The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the belief on which every other Christian belief rests. The Apostle Paul said in I Corinthians I5:13:
“But if there be no resurrection of the dead, then is Christ not risen. And if Christ be not risen, then is our preaching vain, and your faith is also vain.”
For an evangelical not to attend church on Easter Sunday is like a football fanatic not watching the Super Bowl when his home town team is playing.
Newsflash: Donald Trump is not a religious person. There was no place for faith in the life of the amoral sociopath who became a billionaire real estate developer by stiffing contractors, avoiding taxes and breaking promises.
Trump became president by pandering to his largest voting bloc, white evangelicals, who treat him like the Second Coming of Christ.
During his tenure as president of the United States Donald Trump felt compelled to attend church on Easter and Christmas. After all, he had to pretend that he really believed in God.
Now that he’s no longer president, Trump spend the Easter weekend indulging in his two favorite passions, and they aren’t attending church and fellowshipping with evangelicals.
He spent the Easter weekend indulging in his favorite activities, playing golf and hobnobbing with the rich and powerful at his Mar-a-Lago resort.
But no matter, he still retains the ironclad support of white evangelicals. His loyal supporters think he can do no wrong, and they believe that their Orange Messiah will be reinstated as president of the United Sates before 2024. The reinstatement of Donald Trump is more important to the them than the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.