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Archive for December, 2011
“For the Christian, the best is always yet to come.”
Merry Christmas, everyone! (DISCLAIMER: STR Place does not endorse Luke-worship.)
Tags: Christmas, pagan
Is Christmas really a pagan holiday? Are Christians wrong for celebrating Christmas? Brett responds to this week’s challenge:
Tags: Alan, homosexuality
I answer this question today at thinkchristianly.org. Check out my answer here.
Here’s a recent comment left on the STR Blog:
Christmas is the Roman Catholic “christianization” of the pagan practices of the Feast of the Saturnalia, and has since incorporated many other pagan practices along the way. I don’t celebrate christ-mass solely because I am a Christian.
This challenge comes up every year. What do you think? Should Christians not celebrate Christmas? Tell us how you respond when this comes up, and we’ll hear Brett’s answer on Thursday.
There’s no challenge next week (we’re taking a break for Christmas…and yes, I realize the irony of writing that on this post), so this is the last challenge of the year. Great job this year! We look forward to seeing you here again in January.
After a few days of sickness & a lost voice, Brett responds to last Thursday’s challenge:
Thinking logically about Santa Claus (HT: 22 Words):
Tags: Alan, homosexuality, Jesus
I address this question at thinkchristianly.org on a guest blog post. Check it out here.
What kind of judge is God if He punishes an innocent person for someone else’s crimes? How could you possibly call that justice? We would never allow that in our justice system. The central point of your doctrine not only makes no sense, it’s also immoral.
Is the idea that Christ paid for our sins immoral? What do you think? We look forward to your ideas, and Brett will let you know how you did on Thursday.