Tag Archives: Christmas

A virgin shall conceive

Tomorrow marks the celebration of the birth of the Nazarene. Although his actual, historical entry into the world cannot be known, December 25th is as good as any other date. We don’t know the actual date because there are no historical records, no contemporary writing or archeological evidence to clue us in, and while this […]

Celebrating Christmas

While enjoying a lovely free breakfast in the lobby of a Hampton Inn this week, I glanced up from my iPhone to notice FOX and Friends was on the lobby flat screen. The hosts were giggling like school children above the caption “No More War on Christmas” which had a subtitle ‘Retailers to bring back […]

The Pagan Traditions of Christmas

Christmas, the most venerated holiday of the Christian religion, takes many of its traditions and rituals from pagan Earth worshipers. Before Hinduism, the world’s oldest religion, there was Earth worship. While some people connote the word pagan with something evil, paganism is really nothing more than a celebration of nature. Naturally many Pagan celebrations and […]

The Imagined Culture War around Christmas

It’s Christmas time again, and that means the Christians will be celebrating the birth of Christ, whom they see as the son of God himself, sent to die on the cross for our sins, specifically the Original Sin of Adam and Eve which God cursed all of humanity with since He created us 6,000 years […]