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Putting the belief in santa Claus in Christian children is wrong. Why? Santa clause is some fictional character that doesn't exist and once the child knows that, then they will question the belief in God. Since they can't see santa Claus, They may question does God exist since we can't see Him? also notice santa claus is two letters away from satan. It is a trick of the devil to lure kids into disbelief in God.

Kalen, Yahoo!Answers 54 Comments [12/18/2008 12:55:09 AM]
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DevilsChaplain

"Putting the belief in santa Claus in Christian children is wrong. Why? Santa clause is some fictional character that doesn't exist and once the child knows that..."

Stop.....please...we're running out of Irony Meters! Do you think they grow on trees or something?!

12/18/2008 12:57:07 AM

interrobang

Yes, Santa made me an atheist.

12/18/2008 1:02:59 AM

Rat of Steel

NEWS FLASH, Kalen....

Santa IS Jesus with training wheels added. Both invisible, both magical, both nonexistent.

Yep, you got it right. Although, this is a bad thing...why?

EDIT:
(Berny)
"If you weren't so fucking ignorant, you would know that Santa Claus is a variation of Saint Nicholas, an actual Christian saint.
Way to know the history of your own mythology."


Indeed, yes. This makes Santa less mythical than Jesus, since he is based on a historical figure whose presence in history is documented by more than just a book of religious stories written several decades after he died.

12/18/2008 1:07:02 AM

Berny

If you weren't so fucking ignorant, you would know that Santa Claus is a variation of Saint Nicholas, an actual Christian saint.
Way to know the history of your own mythology.

12/18/2008 1:08:31 AM

Nghera

This is actually a pretty good reason to tell children about him. Also, Santa is 2 letters away from saint too, dumbass.


"Santa clause is some fictional character that doesn't exist and once the child knows that, then they will question the belief in God."
Irony, irony...

12/18/2008 1:12:13 AM

Osiris

Yeah pretty much. When I found out about Santa I just remembered all the things adults told me about god.

12/18/2008 1:24:23 AM

Seigi no Mikata

also notice santa claus is two letters away from satan

3....2.....1....

SANTA MEANS SAINT YOU IDIOT


12/18/2008 1:34:13 AM

John

Children stop believing in Santa around 7 or 8. No adult has ever became an atheist because they were told about Santa when they were children. Lunatic fundies and Bible-thumpers with no answers to basic theological questions do that.

12/18/2008 1:35:02 AM

Illuminatalie

also notice santa claus is two letters away from satan
Looking forward to some good fundie anagramic paranoia this Christmas. It's just starting now.

12/18/2008 1:38:49 AM

MichaelL

You do know that the word 'Santa' means 'Saint', don't you?

12/18/2008 1:41:57 AM

CrazyRoper

So...bearded fat men in red suits turn people into atheists?

12/18/2008 1:42:45 AM

Dark_Lord_Prime

"also notice santa claus is two letters away from satan."

Buh...?

"Santa Claus" = 10 letters
"Satan" = 5 letters

Fail.


"Santa" = letter-perfect anagram of "Satan"

Double fail.

12/18/2008 2:04:28 AM

Headache

Every true christian knows that S. Claus is Jesus drunken brother and the black sheep of the family. Always wanna give away free stuff, I'm sure he pimps out his sledge and reindeer to advertising in order to fund all that giving-away-stuff thingy!

Happy Rudolph Days!

12/18/2008 2:13:00 AM

DaMentalFunism

they will question the belief in God.

Heaven forbid they might examine their faith!

12/18/2008 2:20:03 AM

Hazor

Also notice "God" is "dog" backward. It is a trick of the devil to lure kids into thinking God is actually their pet, Mr. Fluffykins.

BTW, "Santa" isn't his name in every language. Get a cosmopolitan view.

12/18/2008 2:52:07 AM

Old Viking

Santa brings the gift of atheism.

12/18/2008 2:52:56 AM

Frogflayer

And an anagram of christmas is art schism.
I think that's significant no?
Oh and nobody ever invokes the santa clause.

12/18/2008 2:55:39 AM

pete

Kalen="Church Lady"

Isn't that special?

12/18/2008 2:56:02 AM

Malkavian Jeff

ROFL!

12/18/2008 3:12:21 AM

Grigadil

Um.

May I invoke the Sanity Clause at this point?

12/18/2008 3:27:32 AM

Papabear

Piss is an anagram of sips. I'm sure it's a trick of the devil to get children to drink urine.

12/18/2008 3:56:38 AM

WMDKitty

Santa Claus, at least, is based on an historical figure that we can prove existed, unlike your god.

12/18/2008 4:03:06 AM

Ronni Bom

Weihnachtsmann (german)
Pere Noel (french)
Papa Noel (spanish)
Sinterklaas (dutch)
Befana (italian.. variant of santa)
Babouschka (russian... variant of santa)
Julemanden (danish, roughly translated Yuleman)
Joulupukki (finnish)
Nicholas of Bari (various)
Nicholas of Myra (various)
Sant Nikolaas (various)
Sante Klaas (varios)

In danish the devil is called fanden, so julemanden can be called julefanden. Oh noes. That must mean he is evil, right?

12/18/2008 4:38:34 AM

Shadoboy

Uh-huh. That doesn't hold water in places where he's called Father Christmas or Chris Crinkle.

12/18/2008 4:42:05 AM

Pule Thamex

Some Definitions:-

Kalen = Obscure prattle.
Santa Claus = Satan's Claws.
Yahoo!Answers = Replies to stupid questions, by stupid people.
Hovind = to hoard lube.

12/18/2008 5:39:26 AM
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