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Merry Christmas 2018

The secularization of our society over the last twenty five years is nothing short of amazing.  I remember vividly traveling to Russia during Christmas of 1991 with my father-in-law and brother-in-law.  The old Soviet Union had fallen and that country was trying to pull itself out of a communist economy that had failed miserably.  The […]

Is Christmas Hateful?

Have you wondered why Christ has been banned from the holiday which bears His name, Christmas?  Or why Christianity alone is banned in a country which bears the insignia, “In God we trust?”  Never mind the fatal inconsistency that in America everything is tolerated except what can’t be tolerated.  And what can’t be tolerated?  Anything […]

A Nativity Scene

It was Christmas time in 1992 when I first visited Russia and Ukraine.  In America battles were raging over nativity scenes on government property.  It was a startling realization to find that in Russia, the former Soviet Union, nativity scenes were going up all over the place and government schools were inviting Christian ministers to […]

The Son of God

And the angel answered and said unto her, The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee; therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God (Luke 1:35).    There are no more powerful words than these for Christmas.  […]

The Case for Christmas/Easter

I read these two booklets to determine if they were presenting a case for the celebration of Christmas and Easter.  There are those who sometimes question whether or not we, as Christians, should participate in the commemoration of those two holidays given their somewhat pagan beginnings and their worldly celebration today.  However, that was not […]