The list maker actually does present a Christian bible passage which fits the list. 1 Cornthians 5:7 says (in part) "For (Jesus), our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed."
Well and good, and totally unbiblical. It is interesting that the list maker relates 1 Corinthians 5:7 to Sh'mot / Exodus 12:21-27 and does not start with 12:3 which begins to describe exactly what is acceptable to G-d. The exclusion is obvious: it excludes Jesus from being a "Passover" offer.
The idea that Jesus could be a paschal “lamb” makes no sense – unless Christians celebrate his sacrifice and then eat him. Torah says that the Passover sacrifice be a male-goat, be offered on an individual (per household) basis (Bamidbar / Numbers 28:22), not as a communal offering. According to the Christian bible, Jesus death (termed a sin sacrifice, not a Passover offer) expiated the sins of mankind (Romans 6:10; Hebrews 9:12, 10:10, 10:18 ). If Jesus died for sins as a sacrifice (ignoring that human sacrifice is forbidden) he can't be linked to the paschal sacrifice which had nothing to do with sin and everything to do with celebration!
Moses clearly tells Pharaoh (and us) that the animal to be sacrificed by the Jews is sacred (e.g. a G-d) to the Egyptians. The paschal lamb (or sheep) has nothing whatsoever to do with atoning for sins. In Egypt it was an afront to the Egyptians -- the slaughtering of their ram god. After the Exodus it was a remembrance and celebration.
Some say that the Egyptian Kevatim would worship the Zodiac sign of the sheep (what today we call Aries). To this end, they banned the slaughter of sheep and despised sheep traders and shepherds (Bereshit / Genesis 46:34 and Sh'mot / Exodus 8:22) .... By sacrificing their "god" (sheep / goat) the Jews were insulting the Egyptians and proving they trusted that G-d would protect them from the Egyptians as they insulted them. . .
In the Torah sacrifices were brought for individuals and also for the entire community. Individual חַטָּאת chatat / sin sacrifices could only be brought for mistakes (a missing of the mark) AFTER the fact. There is no such thing as a preventative sin sacrifice. This sin sacrifice for commoners was a female goat -- and only if a goat was not available could a person bring a female sheep. The high priest brought a bull as a sin sacrifice, as did the community if it sinned (a bull). A king brought an unblemished male goat. . . again -- these are not Passover offers but "every day" sin offers. See Vayikra / Leviticus chapter 4.
Bamidbar / Numbers chapters 28 and 29 describe communal sacrifices for the various celebratory festivals which include new moon offers (new months), Passover offers, daily offers, Shavuot, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, etc. Every festive occasion had atonement offerings:
These are all the public, communal offerings that were made throughout the year for “atonement”. Notice anything? NOT ONE of them was ever a lamb.
Bottom line? So Paul made a very poor analogy -- Jesus is not a "Passover" lamb who was sacrificed for anyone.