The True Origin of Xmas | Patriots 4 Truth

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    Michael

    I despise the phrase XMass. Either put Christ in it or don’t use it, but hate the politically correct usage of this blessed day.

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    Lena lednick

    I would hope what you have no truth to it. Santa clause is from st. Nicholas a bishop of the Catholic Church have happy new year

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    vrevjrs@execpc.com

    The truth is that Christmas (originally Julian Dec. 25, which falls on January 7 today) was never supposed to be “the birthday of Jesus Christ”, but was the anniversary of the dedication of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, and gradually spread.

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    MARK GOLDSTEIN

    I WAS ALWAYS LED TO BELIEVE IT WAS CONSTANTINE WHO CAME UP WITH THE DATE OF DECEMBER 25TH, BASED ON THE ROMAN CELEBRATION SATURNALIA. AND THE REST OF THE STORY YOU PRESENTED SOUNDS LIKE THE LIFE. DEATH, AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS.

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    Dan

    Now you know why Jews have chosen to go to their graves instead of bowing to Jesus.

    Which by the way, that name has only existed for about 400 years since King James invented the letter “J” and is also a deliberate mistranslation of the Greek word for “Joshua”.

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    Rose P

    What a terrible story, if all you say is true do we really need to hear it? I don’t think so, let us continue to show our love & devotion to God on Christmas, HE won’t mind one bit & we will fill our homes, families, friends & neighbors w/ Christmas joy.

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    Donna

    That was the first meaning of a holiday but it was never Christmas as is celebrated now!
    That date was chosen all of those years ago to give December 25th a beautiful meaning and destroy the filth that it had been.
    Nobody knows the true date of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ but we accept this date so that He can be celebrated as He should be and satan stays where he belongs which is hell!!!
    Maybe you need to put as much time and effort into the study of Jesus Christ as you just put into destroying Christmas for millions of people!

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    Jeff

    Great Article: I enjoyed reading the history, your research is 100% on the Mark. I hope many will share this great article.

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    Shelia

    Wow what utter garbage insinuating that Jesus was not born of the Virgin Mary but was a made up myth of pagan idols. Nothing evil is original, as satan cannot create only copy and pervert. The person santa cluas is based on really existed, the bishop St Nicholas, a devout Christian in the middle ages who in celebrating the Mass of the Anointed One Jesus, Christ-mass, gave gifts to the poor and needy in the middle of cold winters in reverance to God who gave us His gift of His Son Jesus. The exact birthdate is not really important as Jesus is celebrated year round. So much for being patriots as that label belongs to our Christian founding Fathers and all who believe in and serve God since. You dishonor God with your wicked lies.

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    Fred Deatrich

    Did you get your information from a very old book by Alexander Hislop titled The Two Babylons?

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    Dale

    Proof please?

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    Billpits

    Too much of the rhetoric is illogical, partly as some conclusions are extrapolated from English language words morphing into ancient names (Santa Clause from Satan’s claws, for example). Poor guy – needs a little tweak to his intellect, I’m afraid.

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    SG

    This is about MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY, not CHRISTIANITY!. They are two separate things. And the author even mentions some of it is Egyptian MYTHOLOGY! There’s nothing wrong with it other than it has nothing to do with Jesus’ birth. Good grief! It’s as stupid as some people I know who won’t allow their children to enjoy Halloween because it’s about Samhein (the “devil”) and they pronounce it “Sam-hane”. That’s preposterous. If they ever do their research, they’d learn that Samhein (actually pronounced Sow-en) is a pagan holiday celebrating the end of Summer and the abundance of Fall. It has NOTHING to do with demons.
    We KNOW Jesus wasn’t born in December (modern Christian scholars believe it was probably more likely July), it’s just the day we choose to celebrate it. It is a TRADITION and a day we joyously share. Trying to equate this material with Christianity and Jesus’ birth is pure nonsense. READ your Bible.

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