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Comment by Donald Ledbetter on November 29, 2011 at 1:19am

AMEN to A Charlie Brown X-Mass and all who celebrate it from the oldest to the babe in the womb will enter into the Lake of Fire.  Just another reason to know that Christianity is a Pagan Religion and all who are in it are commanded to Come Out of Her or they will receive all of the Plagues mention in the Bible all at once.

Comment by A.J. Hoffman on November 29, 2011 at 9:52am

  It's a shame we revel in verbal assault against the many who worship the birth of the Savior on the wrong day.

 Perhaps we would do better to commend them for their retaking of those misused hours done by pagans. For there are those  who really do still paganize this point in time, by capitalization upon honoring cash.

 Do not injure the love that many have for Christ/Messiah, please. May we be voices of education, and helpers instead, if we are to help. Apt to teach.


Comment by James Trimm on November 29, 2011 at 10:44am

Actually the Scriptures condemn those who would attempt to incorporate pagan festivals into Biblical faith:


8 For then, when you did not know Eloah, you served those that from their nature, are
not Eloah.
9 But now that you know Eloah, or rather you are known from Eloah, you have again
returned, concerning those weak and poor elements: and again desire to be made
subject to them.
10 Days, and months, and times, and years, you observe.

(Gal. 4:8-10 HRV)


This is the equivalent of eating meat offered up to idols. 

Comment by Patrick Dovid on November 29, 2011 at 2:56pm

Actually, Christmas isn't pagan. I was told this for a long time, but through recent research, I've found that the holiday itself - as the celebration of Christ's birth - is not a pagan adaptation. What makes it look this way is that the Roman Catholic church has a policy of adopting and Christianizing pagan customs - however, it was not the Catholics who initiated the holiday: it was the Orthodox - who do not typically Christianize pagan things, but get rid of them. The date, being a few days after the winter solstice, is symbolic - it's the time of year when the days grow longer, and was seen as a good time to celebrate the birth of the Light.

Comment by Barz Ganya on November 29, 2011 at 10:07pm

It is Idol a Tree, plain and simple...Gross idolatry, very welcome by heathen, pagan minded people who hate Judaism but may have an affinity for Christ/Messiah. The xmas tree lights and decos represent the host of the heavens, the stars, etc., which we are told we are also forbidden to worship and make any image in their likeness. It is a well loved holiday, the result of a certain unity of faith among the heathen due to Paul's teaching I believe and because it is fun for kids, but the price of the short-lived joy and happiness it brings is bloody hell. It probably got it's start among Babylonians? I guessing...Not Romans or Catholics, but each welcomed it as well in their own way. Germanic tribes especially love it along with Ocktoberfest instead of Sukkot. Xmas instead of Hanukkah...The latter is based upon amiraculous occurance, the former a miraculous promise yet to be completely fulfilled probably because we turn it into what we do intstead of what Messiah intended and the L-RD as well.

It has nothing to do with the birth of Messiah, but more to do with his death sought by those who have no part in the resurrection of the Just Luke 14:14.

A friend of mine on Facebook recently shared this interesting traslation with me....

Septuagint: Isaiah 53:4-5
(vs. 4) “This one bore our sins and on account of us he was grieved. And we considered him to be for misery, and for calamity by G-d, and for ill-treatment.
(vs. 5) But he was wounded because of our sins, and he was made infirm on account of our lawless deeds. The discipline for our peace was upon him, by his stripe we were healed.”

Comment by Barz Ganya on November 29, 2011 at 10:08pm

Yonathan ben Uzziel: Isaiah 53:4-5
(vs. 4) “Then he shall pray on behalf of our transgressions and our iniquities shall be pardoned for his sake, though we were accounted smitten, stricken from before the L-rd, and afflicted.
(vs.5) But he shall build the sanctuary that was polluted because of our transgressions [and] given up our because of our iniquities; and by his teaching shall his peace be multiplied upon us, and by our devotion to his words our transgressions shall be forgiven us.”

Comment by Barz Ganya on November 29, 2011 at 10:09pm

Nevertheless, amusing comic shared. Thanks James! Have a miraculous month!

Comment by Ginny wilkerson on November 29, 2011 at 10:52pm


[pey-guhn] Show IPA
noun1. one of a people or community observing a polytheistic religion, as the ancient Romans and Greeks.
2.a person who is not a Christian, Jew, or Muslim. irreligious or hedonistic person.
Comment by Ginny wilkerson on November 29, 2011 at 10:52pm


pertaining to the worship or worshipers of any religion that is neither Christian, Jewish, nor Muslim.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of pagans.
irreligious or hedonistic.
Comment by Ginny wilkerson on November 29, 2011 at 10:53pm

I don't respect people who make other believers seem more wicked by using terms that don't apply in many situations. It's arrogance and's not what you know, it's Who you know...


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