Is Christmas Really Pagan?

Is Christmas Really Pagan?

Interesting. …

Yet another to add to the arsenal. Reposting the links I included the other day for those who may not have them (does not include the post I’m sharing).

REFUTATION OF CHRISTMAS BEING PAGAN
Four part article:
http://bit.ly/1HomRhL

Other articles on Christmas:
http://bit.ly/1ixfHNc

http://bit.ly/1Nsbyo6

http://bit.ly/1CTpq7q

http://bit.ly/1ii9YKe

http://bit.ly/1KhJpw4

http://bit.ly/1UVTKD9

http://ab.co/1iia5FQ

http://bit.ly/1MMTJfY

The date of Dec. 25 as possible true date for the birth of Jesus
http://bit.ly/1NIFhMO

Christmas was never a pagan holiday
http://bit.ly/1T8nVah

Quote== Devout Christians will be reassured to learn that the date of Christmas may derive from concepts in Judaism that link the time of the deaths of prophets being linked to their conception or birth. From this, early ecclesiastical number-crunchers extrapolated that the nine months of Mary’s pregnancy following the Annunciation on March 25th would produce a December 25th date for the birth of Christ. – See more at http://bit.ly/1MGpuKI

The Christmas Tree
http://bit.ly/1P08RcO

http://bit.ly/1KSxuKT

http://bit.ly/1P092Ff

http://bit.ly/1NDPYPS

==The fact of the matter is that the Christmas tree originated in Christian Germany about two thousand years after Jeremiah’s criticisms of wooden idols. It originated from two Christian symbols found in homes at Christmas time. The first was a “Paradise tree,” an evergreen which was hung with apples which represented the tree of life in the Garden of Eden. The second symbol was a “Christmas pyramid.” This of course was a triangular shelf holding Christmas figurines and decorated with a star. By about the 16th century these two symbols had been combined into the Christian Christmas tree.==
http://bit.ly/1P092Ff

Video
http://bit.ly/1Jcop8m

HISLOP Discredited: “Myths From Hislop: A Call to Examine Facts,” by Marcia Montenegro
http://bit.ly/1NyjCnW