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-Christmas: Was Jesus Really Born On December 25? No, But So What!

Wednesday, December 25th, 2013

                                                    (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Was Jesus really Born On December 25? No, but so what! This is a question that I have been asked many times over the years but lately most folks are aware that it is almost certain that the Jesus was not born on that date. Now all sorts of people have […]

-The Christmas Story: Why the Genealogies of Are So Important

Monday, December 17th, 2012

                           (Birth of Jesus Matthew 2:1: Wikipedia) Every Christmas Eve when we traditionally read the Christmas story in the Bible to our children (and now our grandchildren) the genealogies are usually avoided or quickly glossed over since they seem to get in the way of the ‘real’ story. However the genealogies in Matthew (1:1-17) and […]

-Radical Muslim Responses to Christmas

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

               (Image via Wikipedia) We have been Following the so-called ‘War on Christmas’ in America, but around the world some of the radical Muslim responses to Christmas really do rise to the level of that title. What is surprising considering the violent responses is the fact that Muslims do believe in most of the Christmas […]

-Merry Christmas

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

                                                (Image via Wikipedia) Merry Christmas to you and yours and may God truly bless you this Christmas Day.   The Real Christmas Story  Last night before we tucked the Grandchildren in bed for a long winter’s night we gathered around the Tree and carried on our family Christmas Eve tradition reading about the ‘real’ […]

-The Real St. Nicholas

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

           (Image via Wikipedia) Here’s the story of the real St. Nicholas who was a Christian Bishop in the 4th century: The Truth About Santa Claus What comes to mind when you think of Santa Claus? Probably jolly ol’ St. Nick in his red suit, a snowy North Pole, a sleigh pulled by reindeer, gifts […]