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Paganize Christ while trying to warn about paganizing Christmas!!


Fri, Jan 6. 2011

Dear Collin “Cash” Haywood,

I just read about how funny it would be if a person blind from birth tried to explain what it is like to see; to a person who has perfect vision. Your letter is a real oxymoron, to paganize Christ, and Christianize Christmas.{{more}}

You miss who Jesus really is. When you say he was “a partial vegetarian” and a “God fearing saint” you miss who He is. He was not a “partial vegetarian”. You are ignorant of scriptures. You need to study the Passover Feast of the Jews, which Jesus HAD to observe. He was observing it on the night of His betrayed.

You say he was a “God fearing saint” – He was God, incarnate in the flesh. Matthew 1: 22 “Now all this was done, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the prophet, saying, 23 Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us.” He was not a God-fearing saint – He was GOD in the flesh. For you to call him so much less, is to paganize who He is.

Statements like yours show what happens when Satan infiltrates the mind.

While I agree with what is observed at Christmas, most of the time, is counter-productive to the worship of Christ I would not call on “the onus on us as a Christian society to bring back reverence to Christmas…” but to bring back reverence to Christ, and to Him alone.

He deserves our worship, because He is “God with us.” How else could Heb. 1:6 have any meaning: “And again, when he bringeth in the firstbegotten into the world, he saith, And let all the angels of God worship him.” (God alone is to be worshipped). Worship Him we should. He is the very God who took on Himself flesh. Phil. 2:6-7.

In Christ,