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Paganism Baptised


Easter

 

On this page I hope to illustrate just how evil Easter truly is. If you are one that celebrates it, or calls it "Resurrection Sunday," I implore you to investigate the facts laid out here. All too often we accept traditions merely because they are so old, or because they have "Christian" names placed upon them. Even if we know of their Pagan origin in fact. Christmas is proof of this fact. We all know Christ was not born in winter, we all know that Christmas trees have absolutely nothing to do with Christmas. We also know that telling our children about Santa is a bold faced lie. Yet, we do it for the sake of tradition.  Read More >>

Easter

Easter Eggs, Bunnies and Religious Freedom

 

I want to study with you today about Easter Eggs and Easter Bunnies and Religious Freedom. Have you ever wondered how we got Easter Eggs into the Christian Church? Have you ever wondered about that? Have you read anything about it in your Bible? I never have. Have you ever wondered how we got Easter Bunnies into the Christian Church?  Read More >>

Easter Eggs, Bunnies and Religious Freedom

The Real Story of Christmas

 

Popular myth puts his birth on December 25th in the year 1 C.E. The New Testament gives no date or year for Jesus’ birth. The earliest gospel – St. Mark’s, written about 65 CE – begins with the baptism of an adult Jesus. This suggests that the earliest Christians lacked interest in or knowledge of Jesus’ birthdate. The year of Jesus birth was determined by Dionysius Exiguus, a Scythian monk, “abbot of a Roman monastery. His calculation went as follows: . . .  Read More >>

The Real Story of Christmas

Satan (Santa) Claus

 

It is that time of year again where satan is still mocking our beloved Lord Jesus Christ through the traditions of men. Those of us that love truth (Jesus), will change his or her way of life when the traditions of men are exposed where light has been presented. These true Christians will repent and no longer keep the ways of the world and what the world deems to be true. True Christians will not think twice about celebrating such things any longer once they find out about what is behind Christmas . . .  Read More >>

Satan (Santa) Claus

The True Meaning of Christ-mas

 

They tell us that it is the season to be jolly. It is a time of ornaments, red and green decorations, silver bells, holly, mistletoe and coloured lights. It is also a time of department store Santas calling out their universal mantra, "Ho ho ho, Merry Christmas." Nearly all of the realm of so-called "Christianity" join in and repeat this same greeting, "Merry Christmas!"  Read More >>

The True Meaning of Christ-mas

True Origin of Christmas and Other Holidays

 

For many years Christmas and other major holidays, such as Easter, Halloween, etc., have been portrayed as having a Christian origin. But is this true? Is it possible that we have been deceived into believing that pagan customs and traditions of the past have their roots in the Christian church? Is it possible that many well-known Christian holidays or so-called "holy days" have their origins in something or someone other than Jesus Christ, the Way, the Truth, and the Life?  Read More >>

True Origin of Christmas and Other Holidays

A History of New Years

 

In 46 B.C.E. the Roman emperor Julius Caesar first established January 1 as New Year’s day. Janus was the Roman god of doors and gates, and had two faces, one looking forward and one back. Caesar felt that the month named after this god (“January”) would be the appropriate “door” to the year. Caesar celebrated the first January 1 New Year by ordering the violent routing of revolutionary Jewish forces in the Galilee . . .   Read More >>

A History of New Years

A History of the Months, Days and the Meanings of their Names

 

The original Roman year had 10 named months Martius “March”, Aprilis “April”, Maius “May”, Junius “June”, Quintilis “July”, Sextilis “August”, September “September”, October “October”, November “November”, December “December”, and probably two unnamed months in the dead of winter when not much happened in agriculture. The year began with Martius “March”.  Read More >>

A History of the Months, Days and the Meanings of their Names

Halloween

 

Where you aware that Israel of old did as the churches of today do concerning Halloween? Halloween is a day the Pagan holds dear. Scriptures states plainly that Israel too joined themselves with the Pagan feasts on the border of Canaan. Isaiah saw this as an abomination unto God, for the prophet states plainly that "When they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have familiar spirits, and unto wizards that peep and that mutter: should not a people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead?" Isaiah 8:19  Read More >>

Halloween

Valentine's day

 

I guess it was inevitable that I would be asked in email this week to share my findings on the origin of Saint Valentines day. So, I figure now is as good a time as any, especially seeing how it's just around the corner. To be honest I wasn't very excited about the topic, but after digging into it's origin, it turns out to be rather upsetting, and quite exposing to say the least.  Read More >>

Valentine's day

St. Patrick's Day

 

Should true Christians celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Should they try to wear green on that day? Each year, millions of people observe St. Patrick's Day, but thosewho call themselves Christians, should not. Why? This article will briefly discuss St. Patrick's Day, some of its customs, cite scripture, and explain some of why those of us who are Protestants should not observe it. true Christians celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Should they try to wear green on that day?   Read More >>

St. Patrick's Day

Celebrating Birthdays

 

As we know the Word of God is pretty plain about not following after that which the Pagan's embrace. As the prophecied Remnant people of God, are we not those that would strive to do all that our Lord would find pleasing in His sight? I want to make Him smile as do many of you I'm sure. And with His smile we can rest assured our prayers never fall upon deaf ears. With that said, what does our Heavenly Father think about the tradition of birthday celebrations?  Read More >>

Celebrating Birthdays

Is Ash Wednesday in the Bible

 

Ash Wednesday is actually of pagan origin and was admitted into the church beliefs of the Catholic Church a few hundred years after Christ. This was the era when Constantine was attempting to weld pagans and Christians into a unit within the Roman kingdom. Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent and always falls forty-six days before Easter. Roman Catholic churches of the Latin Rite use this service to prepare church members to better appreciate the death and resurrection of Christ through self-examination, repentance, prayer, fasting, and self-denial.  Read More >>

Is Ash Wednesday in the Bible