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The War On Christmas Is Really A War On Christianity

This year it seems as though the "war on Christmas" is more intense than ever.

But it isn't a war on Christmas.

All of these people who are vandalizing nativity scenes or who are bringing lawsuits to keep the "baby Jesus" off of public property or who are buying anti-Christian ads on buses are not attacking Santa Claus, Christmas trees or the yearly orgy of overspending on Christmas gifts.

That is because it is not a war on "Christmas" at all.

It is a war on Christianity.

For example, a 6th-grader's teacher recently told him that Jesus could not be mentioned in a Christmas poem that he was writing for class.

The teacher did not object to anything else about the Christmas poem - only that Jesus was in it.

The teacher honestly believed that mentioning Jesus was not permitted in school.

This is the poem that caused all the problems: "The best Christmas ever is when everyone is there. It is when everyone is laughing here and there. That is the Christmas I want to share. Christmas is about Jesus’ birth. About peace on Earth. This is what Christmas is about. It is when He lay in a manger. And the three wise men come to see. That's what it means to me."

Another example is Amsterdam's "gay Christmas" that features the virgin Mary in drag.

Think about that again.

A "virgin Mary" who is actually a man dressed in drag.

The truth is that we are seeing a dramatic increase in those who seem to revel in mocking and desecrating the things of the Bible.

When people stick to Rudolph and Santa and pretty wreaths and bows nobody bothers them.

But when people start trying to bring Christ into Christmas it gets a lot of people really upset.


The truth is that the nations of the world are rejecting God and are rejecting His Son the Lord Jesus Christ and they totally want to eliminate everything godly out of public life.

Unfortunately, the persecution of Christians is only going to get worse.

In times such as these it will be important to keep the words of Jesus in John 15:18 in mind.....

"If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first."


Career Coach said...

Well said.
The war is worldwide, as Christians we do not have a stance of revenge or pursue litigation as others do, we are taught to forgive and even to love those that despise us! However this does not proclude us from having a strong social and political voice, moving and reinforcing legislation to embrace Christianity as much as it bows to the demands of other religions and paganism.
I recal Prime Minister Putin of the rUssian Federation recently saying, "we are a Christian Country and make no appologies for being so"! of course the oposition insist that this sparked racism and negative sentament toward other religions! The Prime Minister and the President stand by their faith in God and refuse to compromise. To the point of reintroducing Christian Bible study back into schools! How I wish other governments in the Worls would embrace such a stance.

Shock said...

I agree and as a Christian I have a radio show on this topic where we discuss it each week. Call in at shock radio at

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