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My remarks werent sarcastic they were truthful.Those costumes are what the shops here are full of. Yes I celebrate The birth of Jesus on Christmas day, and the resurrection of Jesus on Easter day. I am sure that you are now going to come back and tell me that they are the same as halloween, but Christmas and easter dont involve the evil things as hallowen does.Halloween is a special day for Satanists, devil worshippers and witches. People who used to be involved in these things and have become Christians will tell you this. The Bible warns us against such things, so why open the door for evil?

chosenone, Grace Centered Christian Forums 35 Comments [10/27/2009 3:22:59 PM]
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Jeff Weskamp

Most intelligent Christian scholars will agree that Christ WAS NOT BORN on Dec 25,... -- nishikaze

There are no clues in the Bible or in any other writings that give us any indication whatsoever as to which time of the year Christ was born.

10/31/2009 11:02:45 AM

JDC1

The Easter celebration dates back before the time of Christ.
Easter is named after the
pagan goddess Esther.
It is not named after the
book of Esther in the Bible
as one christian tried to tell me.

10/31/2009 12:15:06 PM

Dagon

i open the door so i can give some candys to the childrens...

10/31/2009 6:07:24 PM

wicth

@#1044483
You should really try and learn something about the origins of your religion.

Unfortunately, the historical origins of Christianity are somewhat at odds with the fundie perspective of it happened exactly like (certain bits of) the Bible says, so their heads would implode trying to reconcile "2 + 2" with "5".

10/31/2009 8:24:19 PM

John_in_Oz

Too Late. Every one of your kids has irreversibly sold their soul to Satan for a piece of candy.

11/1/2009 6:14:11 AM

Nowonmai

How about we ignore that your "Chistmas" and "Easter", just to name a few, are ripoffs of pagan celebrations?

11/1/2009 7:14:11 AM

Saccharissa

@Jeff Weskamp:

"There are no clues in the Bible or in any other writings that give us any indication whatsoever as to which time of the year Christ was born."

According to the Bible, there where shepherds tending their flocks outside, at night, at the time Jesus was born. (Luke 2:8) This would not have been happening in December, as it is too cold in that area at that time.

11/2/2009 11:42:03 AM

Shadoboy

"The Bible warns us against such things, so why open the door for evil?"

By "The Bible" you mean Jack Chick, right?

11/4/2009 11:13:52 AM

The Duelist

Read a history book, you uneducated troglodyte.

8/10/2010 6:47:18 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Jesus remains a myth for the pathetically, dismally and hilariously stupid.

8/13/2013 3:00:01 AM
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