Low Sunday ~ Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter today. Here’s the Problem

Orthodox Christians worldwide celebrate Easter like no other amid ...

What they continually don’t wish to understand that it’s both a Solar calendar and Moon calendar, the full-moon  is needed for the Passover and they have none. It comes from Adam’s birthday and in Psl. 88:38…like the Moon, which remains forever–a faithful witness in the sky.
Orthodox Christians are gathering around the world to celebrate Easter. Followers mark their faith’s most important festival day on 28 April, one week after fellow Christians. The different dates arise from use of the Julian calendar instead of the Gregorian calendar.