Christmas pagan holiday

Truth be told...   Christmas, Halloween and Easter are all pagan traditions adopted by "Christianity".

Should Christians Celebrate Holidays?

Christmas, Halloween Easter - Pagan traditions adopted by "Christianity" True Christians heed the warning at ‘Therefore get out from among them, and separate yourselves,’ says Jehovah, ‘and quit touching the unclean thing'

Nature Bound Pagan: January 2015

Nature Bound Pagan - Yule - Winter Solstice - Pinned by The Mystic& Emporium on Etsy

Tammuz was born on December 25th, not Jesus Christ.  Say NO to Christmas Pagan Holiday Say YES to Holy Feast from the Bible - SUKKOT

Tammuz, son of Nimrod was born on December not Yahusha the Messiah of the Scriptures. Say NO to Christmas Pagan Holiday Say YES to Qodesh Feasts of Yahuah from the Scriptures!

Yule and wassail recipie

The Top Pagan Festivals - The Big 8 Holidays

A nature holiday tree- trunk wrapped with natural twine-clear balls with moss & sprigs of Christmas greenery.

clear plastic glass ornament homemade DIY gift christmas craft glass or plastic clear ornament mini pine cones reindeer moss tree trimmings long tweezers (or something else to help insert your filler - I used dental cotton pliers

I am Christian, but isn't strange that it's okay to observe Easter and Christmas, but SO many churches won't celebrate Halloween because it is an "evil pagan" holiday! But, history reveals that us "Holiday-observing Christians" aren't so "Christian" after all! We are just continuing to practice pagan traditions that Constantine simply slapped a Christian "sticker" on!

isn't strange that it's okay to observe Easter and Christmas, but SO many churches won't celebrate Halloween because it is an "evil pagan" holiday!

Firstly, everyday of the week is not a holiday to us, although it may be to you. Secondly, just because we both celebrate a holiday on the same day - ex, Christmas - does not mean we "stole" it from you. As far as I know, you still have yours, correct? Thirdly, a majority of Christians don't celebrate what you know as Samhain - I'd say none of us do -; halloween is literally just food and dressing up. No one took anything from you; you still have yours. My calendar is Christian.

Your religion is your religion i could care less, and I don't agree with the silly Christian part. That being said i find the fact that all those Christian holidays were Pagan originally interesting

Earthly Delights: Nature Inspired Ornaments | Apartment Therapy

Earthly Delights: Nature Inspired Ornaments

I love the idea of natural "ornaments" in the Christmas tree to go with our tradition of a crystal ornament every year!

Norse Mythology & Pagan rites turned into Christian beliefs

Know thine mythology!

A spoof on the annual Odin is Santa Claus (or on mushrooms) posts that show up.

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