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Tag Archives: Christmas
Based on what WordPress is telling me about what people are searching for, Christmas is still a hot topic, both the question as to whether or not we can/should celebrate Christmas, but also questions about Joseph and the genealogies of … Continue reading
This blog was pretty much dormant for three years, and during that time quite a backlog of comments got stuck in moderation. I’ve been working through them all, clearing them through moderation if they don’t violate the commenting rules, and … Continue reading
“See the Tender Lamb appears, Promised from eternal years”
…for people to tell others they should or shouldn’t celebrate Christmas. So I’ll restate — the Bible does not tell us to celebrate Christmas, but does give sound Biblical basis for us to do so if we wish. In the … Continue reading
Do you think that is a somewhat better gift than spending an absurd amount of money on an iPhone (or whatever the hot presents are this year)? Continue reading
Huguenots suffered far worse persecution from Catholics than English Puritans, and would have rejected anything they thought was Catholic. Yet, they still celebrated a day which at home they had called “Noel.” Continue reading