Let Me Ruin Your Holidays
Jesus was not born on Christmas and he was not risen from the dead on Easter.
Saturnalia, Brumalia, and Easter
Before the Roman Catholic Church converted to Christianity, the pagans were celebrating Saturnalia,
Brumalia, and Easter. Even the secular world knows about the pagan origin of these holidays.
Saturnalia occurred at December 17th. It eventually was a festival that lasted 7 days. Brumalia occured on
December 25th, winter equinox, the shortest day of the year.
More can be found at
Winter Holidays Celebrating the Solstice
The Busy Romans Needed a Mid-Winter Break Too ... and it Lasted for 24 days
The Real Meaning Behind Christmas
"ITS ORIGIN AND FOUNDATIONAL ROOTS"
CHRISTMAS OR THE SATURNALIA?
Easter occurs the first Sunday after daylight is longer than nighttime. Easter sunrise service is
the worship of the sun.
More can be found at
The Ancient Pagan Origins of Easter
The Pagan Origin Of Easter
Is Easter a Christian or Pagan Holiday?
Where did "Easter" get its name? Where did the concept of an Easter egg and bunny originate?
After the Roman Catholic Church converted to Christianity, the church replaced Brumalia with
Christmas ("Christ mass") and introduced the fairy tale that Jesus was born on Christmas and rose
from the dead on Easter. That is why you see so much pagan stuffs during Christmas and Easter
Christmas pagan items:
Advent - pagan; Christians should NOT be honoring pagan holidays - name it something else.
Santa Claus - pagan; Christians should NOT be deceiving their children.
Christmas Tree - pagan; Christians should NOT have this idol in their home.
Yule's Log - pagan; Christians should NOT have this idol in their home.
Poinsettia - pagan; Christians should NOT have this idol in their home.
Wreath - pagan; Christians should NOT have this idol in their home.
Ivy and Holly - pagan; Christians should NOT have this idol in their home.
Mistletoe - pagan; Christians should NOT have this idol in their home.
Easter pagan items:
Lent - pagan; Christians should NOT be honoring pagan holidays - name it something else.
Maundy Thursday - pagan; Christians should NOT be honoring pagan holidays - name it
Easter - pagan; Christians should NOT be honoring pagan holidays - name it something else.
Easter Bunny - pagan; Christians should NOT be involved with pagan activities.
Easter Egg - pagan; Christians should NOT be making/having this idol.
Easter Ham - pagan; Christians should NOT be eating this.
Holy Cross buns - pagan; Same recipe as cakes for the queen of heaven; Christians should NOT
be eating this.
Celebrate birth or resurrection of Jesus or not?
Honoring the birth or resurrection of Jesus Christ on the wrong day is a Christian liberty issue.
Questions to wrestle with are:
Arguments for the first option can be found in
Should one avoid pagan holidays completely as not to deceive others?
Should one evangelize on pagan holidays - honoring the birth or resurrection of Jesus - with the
risk of deceiving others? Will the Kingdom of God be larger or smaller? What is the long-term
effect of honoring the birth or resurrection of Jesus on the wrong day?
120 Reasons Against Christmas
Should we Celebrate Christmas?
Should a Christian Get Out of Idolatry?
A Few Problems with Easter
Easter and the Bible
Debate between the two options can be found in
CHRISTIANIZING SECULAR CUSTOMS
If you choose the second option, then know
It is one thing to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and another thing to fill your places with
idols. Idols affect your and others spiritual life. For more, see
"HOUSECLEANING" IDOLS AND IDOLATRY
Idolatry Is Alive Today: Why Modern Church Leaders Still Fight an Old Battle
It is one thing to celebrate the birth/resurrection of Jesus Christ and another thing use pagan
holiday names like Advent, Lent, and Easter. Pagan names do not belong in the Christian dictionary.
Call it something else. E.g., Instead of Easter use Alleluia He is Risen!. When you say Merry
Christmas, you are saying excessive drinking Christ mass. When you say Happy Easter, you are
celebrating the reincarnation of Nimrod.
It is one thing to celebrate the birth/resurrection of Jesus Christ at the wrong day and another
thing to deceive people in thinking Jesus was born on Christmas and rose from the dead on Easter.
Tell the people including children the truth. Study writings about when Jesus truly was born and
rose from the dead. Then share about them. Two articles on this website that deal with this topic
JJBirthdays.php (When were Jesus and John the Baptist born?; 12/15)
Acts29Essay.php (Was Acts 29 Part of the Original Bible? - How Ancient Roman Catholic corrupted the law; 6/13)
-> The Christian Calendar and the Bible were Altered (2nd section) & The Seasons were Changed (3rd section)
It is one thing to decorate your place (home/church/office/etc) for the holiday and another thing to
fill your place with idols. Items like Christmas trees, Yule's Log, Poinsettia, Wreath, Ivy and
Holly, Mistletoe, Santa Claus, etc, should be avoided. Decorate your places with winter scene,
nativity set minus the magi (Magi saw Jesus in a house. See
It is one thing to remember the resurrection of Jesus and another thing to ignore Passover, the
correct way to remember the passion of Jesus.
`These are appointed seasons of Jehovah, holy convocations, which ye proclaim in their appointed
seasons: in the first month, on the fourteenth of the month, between the evenings, is the passover
`Also, the sons of Israel prepare the passover in its appointed season; in the fourteenth day of
this month between the evenings ye prepare it in its appointed season; according to all its
statutes, and according to all its ordinances ye prepare it.'
`Observe the month of Abib -- and thou hast made a passover to Jehovah thy God, for in the month of
Abib hath Jehovah thy God brought thee out of Egypt by night;
`In the first month, in the fourteenth day of the month, ye have the passover, a feast of seven
days, unleavened food is eaten.
There are much truths in the Passover dinner. You will be blessed in honoring Jesus's passion
It is one thing to sing songs about the birth or resurrection of Jesus and another thing to sing
verses that are false. Typical erroneous verses are
THE FIRST NOEL
On a cold winter's night that was so deep.
Sheep can handle dry cold because of their wool coat. But they can not handle rainy cold. In the
rain, their coat would be like ice jackets and they will freeze to death. In Bethelehem, the
rainy season is from the mid-October to the mid-April.
GO, TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN
And God sent us salvation That blessed Christmas morn.
GOD REST YE MERRY, GENTLEMEN
Remember Christ our Savior was born on Christmas Day;
I HEARD THE BELLS ON CHRISTMAS DAY
I heard the bells on Christmas day
O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL
Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, born this happy morning;
O HOLY NIGHT
Sing this song on Passover or Yom Kipper (whichever day you think Jesus was born - I
am in the Passover group).
O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM
We hear the Christmas angels
CHRIST THE LORD IS RISEN TODAY (Wesley)
Christ the Lord is risen today, Alleluia!
Share the truth about these pagan holidays
Christians, it is loving to watch your fellow saints indulge in idolatry? Do you desire them to be
free of paganism? It is better confront them and be good in God's eye than to not "rock-the-boat"
and be good in man's eyes. May Jesus give you the courage to speak the truth about Christmas and
Easter to others.
I Jn 5:21 OOYLT
Little children, guard yourselves from the idols! Amen.
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