Easter is generally a time for Christians to remember that Jesus Christ died for their sins and was resurrected shortly thereafter.

There exists, however, a slightly unconventional take on the spirit of the holiday, as told by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in the latest edition of his weekly newsletter…

Newt:

Sunday, ask yourself some simple questions.

Do you believe that on Easter the Son of God rose from the dead?

Do you believe you can be saved through faith in Christ?

Do you believe God loves you?

If you answer yes, ask yourself, can you achieve salvation through faith in the Son of God?

If you answer yes again ask yourself, isn’t it time to stand up to the growing secular tyranny and irreconcilable wing of Islam which seek to destroy the very religion which offers hope and salvation to us and all of humanity?

It really is that simple and Easter is the day to think about it.

@eScarry