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…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
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
God did not abandon us to our own rebellion — He is with us, seeking, loving, finding, saving, renewing, and finally glorifying. Continue reading