Of course Christmas and Easter come 'later'. They celebrate events that happened 'later'.<quoted text>Did you know that most western holidays are of Pagan origin, as opposed to religious (or Christian) origin? Christmas and Easter, for example, have more to do with Paganism than Christianity, as currently celebrated. You might find the origins of these holidays interesting if you research them. The religious aspects came "later". Surprisingly, the origins of Halloween are more religious than Christmas and Easter.
Just a heads up idiot, those 'later' events are what they celebrate.
Do you think before you speak???