(This whole page "Should a Christian Celebrate Christmas?" lists everything from Christmas carols to Christmas ham as evil)
1. The blasphemous "Christ's Mass" shortened to "Christ-mas" -- The Roman Catholic "Christ's Mass" is a special mass performed in celebration of Christ's birth. In this mass, Jesus is considered both the priest and the victim, represented by the Catholic priest who offers Him as a sacrifice each time the mass is performed. In offering this "sacrifice," the priest believes he has the power to change the bread and the wine of the Communion into Jesus' literal flesh and blood, requiring the people to worship these elements as they do God Himself. This is obviously a denial of the gospel, and thereby, a false gospel (a re-doing of the sacrifice for sin -- Heb. 9:12, 24-26; 10:10,12,14). Yet, many who cry out all year long against the blasphemous Roman Catholic system, at year-end embrace Rome's most blasphemous abomination of them all -- Christmas!
unknown, Biblical Discernment Ministries 34 Comments
[12/21/2008 3:26:45 AM]
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Submitted By: Bri
"Is it a bird ...is it a plane....No it's SuperPuritan "
12/21/2008 2:59:57 PM
The only 'crime' committed by Catholics regarding Christmas is copyright infringement of a Pagan Holiday!
12/21/2008 6:21:09 PM
How the hell is this not a '5'?!
12/21/2008 6:37:33 PM
Amazing! A Fundie too fundie for Christmas.
12/21/2008 6:52:41 PM
You know blaspheming the holy ghost is a no-no
God burnt up Sodom for sins of the homos
But do you recall
The most blasphemous abomination of them all
12/21/2008 8:53:17 PM
That's ok, we still think you're crazy too.
12/21/2008 9:47:53 PM
I grew up with this, not so much the evil Catholics thing, but that Christmas was a pagan holiday not to be worshiped.
12/22/2008 1:40:51 AM
12/22/2008 4:48:39 AM
Non-Christians celebrate Christmas, too, and they don't care about any of the religious stuff. The Japanese and Chinese have hardly any Christians and they celebrate it, and atheists raised in a country whose population is mostly Christians often have a secular Christmas as with the Japanese and Chinese.
4/4/2012 3:38:01 AM