Christians, are you getting your Pagan on today?

Question by Peter Purcell: Christians, are you getting your Pagan on today?
Don’t Lie, tell the truth.

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Answer by Wry
I got my pagan slippers on, and I’m not even a christian.

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10 thoughts on “Christians, are you getting your Pagan on today?”

  1. I am enjoying the traditions and customs of Christmas as celebrated in a nation of many cultures. I consider myself lucky to live in a country where the way I celebrate Christmas is not dictated to me by the government, but is, instead, a glorious mixture of many different other contrie’s festivities.

  2. Don’t you feel a little repetitious. Theres nothing wrong with pagans. They have some great beliefs. You just cant let this go and believe in peace on earth can you?

  3. Merry Christmas to all! Pagans and Christians. Christ was born and still alive today and He loves each and everyone of us

    Hey woo!

  4. It is sad that so many intelligent people ,and yet so many do not know that this was a day brought about by Nimrod king of Babylon at the time of the tribes turning away form God… People were sacrificed on this day…

  5. I don’t “Pagan”. I don’t celebrate Christmas, Easter, and all other Pagan worship day.

    **Catholicism = Paganism + Christianity

  6. If they are celebrating Christmas or the Catholic Christ-mass, then they are not Christians.

    Interesting facts to consider:
    “No such festival as Christmas was ever heard of until the THIRD century, and not until the FOURTH century was far advanced did it gain much observance.

    “Long before the fourth century, and long before the Christian era itself, a festival was celebrated among the HEATHEN, at that precise time of the year, in honor oft the birth of the son of the Babylonian queen of heaven; and it may fairly be presumed that, in order to conciliate the heathen, and to swell the number of the nominal adherents of Christianity, the same festival was adopted by the Roman Church, giving it only the name of Christ. This tendency on the part of Christians to meet Paganism half-way was very early developed.” Ibid, pg 93

    It is beyond doubt that Christmas was originally a pagan festival. The time of the year and the ceremonies with which it is still celebrated, prove its origin.
    Isis, the Egyptian title for the “queen of heaven,” gave birth to a son at this very time, about the time of the winter solstice. The term “Yule” is the Chaldee (Babylonian) name for “infant” or “little child.”
    December 25 was also the Day of Saturnalia, a celebration dedicated to the Chief god, Saturn, during which time there was much drinking, many banquets, and presents were exchanged.
    God is very clear in his directives against the celebration of this Pagan holiday that Christians now universally celebrate as Christmas. God calls this an abomination! Christians celebrate December 25th blindly believe they are honoring the birth of Jesus, when they are in reality honoring the Pagan god Tammuz, the Pagan god “Yule” , the Pagan god Mithra, and the Pagan god Saturn.

    Do you really think this day honors Christ? Certainly not!!!!

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