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Title: Exactly When Was Jesus Born? Not on December 25.
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Published: Dec 24, 2013
Author: Douglas F. Newman
Post Date: 2013-12-24 22:24:43 by snoopdougg
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Comments: 31

Jesus was not born on December 25.

More likely, he was born in September.

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#3. To: snoopdougg (#0) (Edited)

Here is more info on the accuracy of my post. (you'll need to save this in a pdf format and then read it.)

"Where did the name 'Santa Claus,' or 'Nicholas,' come from? In Revelation 2:6, we are introduced to the sect of Nicolaitans which taught and practiced wrong concepts and doctrines... Nicolaus, the founder of the sect of the Nicolaitans... is none other than 'Nicholas' or 'Santa Claus.' In German, for instance, the similarities of these two names are even more striking. 'Nicolaus,' the founder of the 'Nicolaitans,' is rendered in German as 'Nikolaus' - and 'Santa Claus' in German is 'Nikolaus' as well."

Far from being an obscure short-lived ancient sect, the Nicolaitans are well and alive today in the "Christian" world. After all, Christ's message to the seven churches was not just meant for the seven ancient church congregations at the time of John, but it was also prophetic and addressed to the Church of God throughout its existence until the time of Christ's return. And, the message is a warning to all true Christians, not to repeat the mistakes which some of the ancient church congregations committed.

The deeds of the Nicolaitans became doctrine, and orthodox Christianity adopted the pagan festivals of Christmas and St. Nicholas Day--in honor of the "founder" of the Nicolaitans--and teaches it today as some of the most important festivals of Christianity. In addition, the unbiblical concept of the worship of the Virgin Mary and her "ascension" to heaven, where she is believed to reside as the queen or "Mother goddess" of heaven--as the early Gnostics worshipped the "great Mother goddess of heaven"--gradually became an established dogma in the Catholic Church. But Jesus said twice in Revelation 2 that He hates the deeds and teachings of the Nicolaitans.

purplerose  posted on  2013-12-24   23:17:28 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  

#6. To: purplerose (#3)

Spot on ! Modern day Christians, as well as secular folks have learned or been taught to rationalize whatever they want or choose to believe. But, that don't make it so !

noone222  posted on  2013-12-25   7:24:38 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  

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#7. To: noone222 (#6)

and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned.

Greed for wealth, lust for power, is the norm for this government and for far too many of its citizens.

Cynicom  posted on  2013-12-25 09:04:17 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  

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