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The ‘man’ in red

Parents know he is not real, yet they tell their children he’s alive and well and goes from house to house at Christmas Eve bringing glad tidings and gifts, especially toys – the very things that children love. We live in a world where we try to make Santa Claus as...

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Never! Never! Never!

There’s much ado in this season about what is supposed to be the biggest Christian festival –Christmas.  For those of us who stick to biblical truth, and not the traditions of men, know Christmas is not a bible-based festival, but rather it has its roots in paganism....

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Is the Lord’s Day truly Sunday?

“I was in the Spirit on the Lord's Day, and heard behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet,” (Rev. 1:10 KJV). Christendom uses this text to justify Sunday worship, declaring the first day of the week or the Lord’s Day, replaces the seventh-day Sabbath. Examine this...

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“If you love me…”

“If you love me…” My friend looked at me sternly, raised his eyebrows, sending a pile of wrinkles into his forehead, which made him appear a bit older than his 42 years. I declined his invitation to accompany him to meet a group of old friends from high school, whom I...

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Origins of Halloween

We, at least some of us, put on all types of garb this time of year to celebrate Halloween for reasons unknown to many people. We try to look like the good, the bad, and the ugly. The practice has been passed on from generation to generation and is now...

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