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Blog - Christmas on Mount Sinai

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Today, December 25th, 2017, either by divine providence or coincidence, my daily Bible reading brought me to Exodus 32 which is the account of Israel worshipping the golden calf that spontaneously generated in the fire from some earrings that Aaron threw into it. At least that was his story (Exo 32:24). Aaron's cockamamie recollection of the origin of the idol he made is pure bovine manure to any Bible believing Christian, but would easily pass a stringent peer review process for any leading evolutionary scientific journal. But even more ridiculous than Aaron's fabricated tale are professing Christians who would be aghast at the idea of worshipping a golden calf, while doing essentially the same thing in their homes this morning.


Christmas - The Winter Solstice is the Real Reason for the Season

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89:50 minutes (27.17 MB)

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I. The origin of Christmas
1. Definitions

Halloween - The Druids are the Real Reason for the Season

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70:45 minutes (13.56 MB)

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Halloween - The Druids are the Real Reason for the Season

I. Halloween is a dark, pagan, occultic festival in which no Christians, nor their children, should participate.

Easter - The Spring Equinox is the Real Reason for the Season

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90:32 minutes (19.67 MB)

I. The origin of Easter
1. The name
A. The name Easter comes from the word Eostre (pronounced ee-stra or o-stra).
i. Easter: “Baeda Temp. Rat. xv. derives the word from Eostre, the name of a goddess whose festival was celebrated at the vernal equinox; her name shows that she was originally the dawn-goddess.” (Etymology of Easter, Oxford English Dictionary)
ii. "The English name Easter is of uncertain origin; Bede in the 8th century derived it from that of the Anglo-Saxon SPRING GODDESS EOSTRE." (caps mine - CEW) (Easter, Encyclopedia Britannica, 1968 Ed., Vol. 7, p.865)

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