Why do we celebrate Christmas?


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Christians the world over celebrate Christmas in honor of the birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem. Various Christmas traditions have been associated with the celebration of Christmas, and different ...

December 29 2015 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

Mini Jim Stapleton
Christmas, Easter and more were originally pagan rites and in order for the "established" religion to try and draw them away, they made Christian celebrations coinside with the pagan rites of the return of the sun and fertility rites. Even the Christmas trees and lights are of pagan origins. So, you make up your own mind, do these things sound like something you want in your Christian Life? I say celebrate the birth, sacrifice, resurrection of Jesus EVERY Day as you walk and learn of God and our Saviour Jeses Christ and put away these things that the Catholic Church burdon men with

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