Why do I post on “controversial” subjects?

I am going to say this more strongly and briefly than every before:

1. Critical exhortation to thinking and research are the very purpose for nearly all my writing and social media posting (I state this a lot)

2. When I discuss "conspiracy theories" of any kind, I stive to do so in a way that engages everyone to think them through critically (I also state this a lot)



A. Christmas and Easter are Pagan and did not begin as Christian Celebrations

B. The name, "Easter" is a variation of a pagan diety and/or celebrated that feast day.

C. Christmas is the rebranding of a pagan festival.

It takes courage to stand against the "it's pagan" accusation at celebrating Christmas and Easter.

Be strong! Celebrate with Joy!

Only the intentionally ignorant choose to ignore varifiable history that contradicts their position. This is a sickness in our culture in every area and at every level.

Before arguing about it, go read my exposès {yes, more than one} on my website: TovRose.com

And NO,

I will not post links. Why?

Because it is your responsibility to dig and and research it for yourself, and not be hand fed like you've never practiced critical thinking. If you don't know the basic and multiple ways to search a simple website for information, learn how to do soand don't be lazy.

(If any of that offends, feel free to unfriend, because I have an overwhelming backlog of critical thinkers begging for a place in my news feed. I won't argue with you).

Again, Critical thinking and research exhortation are the very purpose for nearly all my writing and also facebook posting.

Read the articles before arguing.

2 Timothy 2:14


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