Hidden Danger in Keeping Christmas?
Traditions like Christmas trees, wreaths of holly, and Santa Claus have roots far more ancient than anything in the New Testament.

Christmas is celebrated by billions of people around the world. So often in its observance, the theme of family togetherness, Jesus Christ, and goodwill toward men is overshadowed by commercialism, greed, and debt. Where did this holiday come from? It is meant to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, but did you know that its origins go back long before Jesus was born? Traditions like Christmas trees, wreaths of holly, and Santa Claus have roots far more ancient than anything in the New Testament.


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Christmas is America’s favorite holiday. Family togetherness and the life of Jesus Christ are both wonderful, but it is easy to spot the greed, materialism and debt caused by Christmas observance. Did God command Christmas observance? What are its origins? Who invented this day? Is December 25th even Christ’s birthday?

Request our free booklet The Truth About Christmas to thoroughly answer these questions for yourself. Discover how this pagan holiday not only fails to glorify God, but actually causes mankind to doubt His power.

Many mainstream Christians realize the pagan origins of Christmas. They say it’s acceptable to turn this heathen custom into a day of Christian worship. But what does God say? Request our free booklet Pagan Holidays—or God’s Holy Days—Which? God specifies exactly how His people should worship Him.

It’s up to each individual human being to heed those instructions. Study Pagan Holidays—or God’s Holy Days—Which? to understand the choice all Christians must make between the traditions of man and the holy days of God. Discover the stunning symbolism wrapped up in God’s holy days.

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