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The Religious Celebration of Christmas. Christmas All The Bible Says About Christmas The Etymology of Christmas - Paganism & Catholicism Saturnalia, Winter.

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1 The Religious Celebration of Christmas

2 Christmas All The Bible Says About Christmas The Etymology of Christmas - Paganism & Catholicism Saturnalia, Winter Festivals Make it Painless As Possible to Convert to the Church Christ’s Mass Religious Holy Days – Gal.4:9-11 We Need Authority For ALL We Do: Col.3:17, Mat.28:18, 2John 9, Rom.12:2 Reject Truth For Tradition, Mk.7:1-13

3 Christmas Chronology Mixed Up Fact of His Birth, Luke 2:1-20 Luke 2:21-24, Lev.12:1-6; Matt.2:1-21 “Keep Christ In Christmas.” He Was Never There Christmas As a Secular Holiday? Rom.14:20-23 Illus.: Lady Bug, Days of the Week, Pretzels Irony of It: “At Least I Go Christmas and Easter”

4 Are You A Child of God? 1. Hear the Gospel of Christ, Acts 18:8 2. Believe in Jesus Christ, Rom.1:16 3. Repent and Turn to God, Acts 26:20 4. Confess Jesus Before Men, Matt.10:32 5. Baptized Into Christ, Gal.3:  Grow And Be Faithful, Matt.10:22  If Err From The Faith : Repent and Pray God Acts 8:22


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