The War on Christmas – Book
The day Jesus was born was one of the history’s all-time highlights. Even the angels joined in the celebration, singing, “Glory to God in the highest and on Earth, peace, goodwill toward men.” As Christians, we take great joy in celebrating the miraculous birth of our Savior. Christmas morning is a special day in our home and always will be, BUT is it wrong to celebrate Christmas?
Is it a pagan holiday as some Christians suggest?
Is Santa Claus evil, or does he have roots in a generous 4th-century man who gave freely to help the poor and needy?
Is the blatant materialism we see during the Christmas Holiday and the worship of Santa make Christmas a day to be avoided?
Leave it to Satan to take something God created for good and pollute it. Should we allow him to take away our joy, remembrance, and celebration of Jesus’ birth and make this all about presents and evergreen trees? Learn the truth about Christmas, the Magi, the Bethlehem Star, the shepherds, the inside story on the lives of Mary and Joseph, Christmas trees, wreaths, even the meaning of X-Mas and the battle to change the word Christmas to the “less offensive and politically correct,” Happy Holidays. This book is a must read!
There Really Is A Santa Claus – Book
- Saint Nicholas
- Sinter Klaas
- Santa Claus
Read the story of Nicholas, 3rd Century Bishop of Myra, Asia Minor (present-day Turkey) and how over time stories of his holy, generous life were embellished into legend. Discover additions of: Washington Irving, Clement Moore, Civil War illustrator Thomas Nast, Coca-Cola artist Haddom Sundblom.Explore fascinating origins of: The 12 Days of Christmas, Christmas Tree, Carols, Kris Kringle, Creche’ scene, Poinsettia, Relive events on Christmas throughout history, from Columbus to Valley Forge, the Great Depression to the Korean War. Travel back in time by reading Christmas Messages of U.S. Presidents, such as: Harry S Truman, just after WWII, at the lighting of the National Christmas Tree, 1946: “If we as a nation, and the other nations of the world, will accept it, the star of faith will guide us into the place of peace as it did the shepherds on that day of Christ’s birth long ago.”