Behold The Horrors Of Christ-Mass!

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Oh what unbiblical horrors of this demonic holiday—praise Dort! How dare anyone celebrate love joy and peace—why that leads to Roman Arminianism that man exalting heresy! Thankfully our Romish Augustinianist Genevan fatalistic semi-Donatist heresies exempt us from bearing the fruits of the spirit as that’s simply unCalvinistic and Calvinism not Jesus is the TRUE GOSPEL–praise Dort!

Not a single Reformer celebrated Christmas especially not Martin Luther the very founder of Protestantism:

 

  • “When they [Mary and Joseph] arrived at Bethlehem, they were the most insignificant and despised…. No one noticed or was conscious of what God was doing in that stable. He lets the large houses and costly apartments remain empty, lets their inhabitants eat, drink, and be merry; but this comfort and treasure are hidden from them. O what a dark night this was for Bethlehem, that was not conscious of that glorious light! See how God shows that he utterly disregards what the world is, has, or desires; and furthermore, that the world shows how little it knows or notices what God is, has, and does.” (94)
  • “When we look at this birth, and reflect upon how the sublime Majesty moves with great earnestness and inexpressible love and goodness upon the flesh and blood of this virgin, we see how here all evil lust and every evil thought is banished.” (96)
  • “We see here how Christ, as it were, takes our birth from us and absorbs it in his birth, and grants us his, that in it we might become pure and holy, as if it were our own, so that every Christian may rejoice and glory in Christ’s birth as much as if he had himself been born of Mary as was Christ.” (98) (Source)

 

Which is why: “We need another Reformation: no more liturgical calendar, no more elevating any day above the Lord’s Day, no more compromising with the world, no more traditions of men.” –Sharon M. Whitleychristianity_sunworship

Praise the traditions of Calvin and holiday hating Jehovah’s witnesses and our Reformed traditions!

Sharon M. Whitley

“There is no warrant in the Scriptures for the observance of Christmas and Easter as holy days, but rather the contrary (see Galatians iv. 9-11; Colossians ii. 16-21), and such observance is contrary to the principles of the Reformed faith, conducive to will-worship, and not in harmony with the simplicity of the gospel of Jesus Christ.” General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United Statese9f541b6f2cb46470e4514c05f7775a1

Quote the Puritan Grinches and Scrooge: “Bah Humbug—we hate Christmas. Praise Genevan Augustinianism and pope-kisser Saint Augustine!”

Now excuse us while we go worship on Sunday that popish-pagan Sabbath-trashing day of Sun worship without Scriptural warrant: on the 7th day He rested not the 1st—-keep the 7th day Holy not the 1st.

Roman pagan Catholic origins of Sunday:

Sunday (Day of the Sun), as the name of the first day of the week, is derived from Egyptian astrology. The seven planets, known to us as Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, the Sun, Venus, Mercury, and the Moon, each had an hour of the day assigned to them, and the planet which was regent during the first hour of any day of the week gave its name to that day (see CALENDAR). During the first and second century the week of seven days was introduced into Rome from Egypt, and the Roman names of the planets were given to each successive day. The Teutonic nations seem to have adopted the week as a division of time from the Romans, but they changed the Roman names into those of corresponding Teutonic deities. Hence the dies Solis became Sunday (German, Sonntag). Sunday was the first day of the week according to the Jewish method of reckoning, but for Christians it began to take the place of the Jewish Sabbath in Apostolic times as the day set apart for the public and solemn worship of God.

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