Saving Christmas – A Rebuttal For Kirk Cameron

Note: this is a good video though it advocates for modern-day judaization. We may, or may not, celebrate the feasts appointed for the Jews that pointed to Christ Jesus as Christ Jesus fulfill-ed/s these. The point of this video being posted is to show how the pagan traditions of this helliday are ignored by those who should know better, God’s own children who are supposedly well versed in the Holy Scriptures.

None resist the wisdom of God more than they that should be wisest, and they resist because of their zeal for their own traditions: for men please themselves in superstition more than in any other thing, that is to say, in a worship of God fondly devised by themselves. ~ Geneva Study Bible, commentary on Mark 7:1 concerning the Pharisees (which would be today’s Christo-pagans)

How does one worship God by disobeying Him?


9 responses to “Saving Christmas – A Rebuttal For Kirk Cameron

    FTA: A lot of Christians believe that Christmas is about the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. This belief stems from traditions that have been passed down through the generations. Many believe that they are giving honor to God in partaking in this celebration without knowing the roots and origins of this time of year. This article will investigate the concepts of the Christmas season and its origins to expose it for what it truly is. Under the gloss and glow of this celebration are deceptions that are hidden in plain sight. Satan wants you to remain ignorant of the truth and keep you distracted in the bliss and gloss that is steeped in the traditions of man.

    (Ignorance is NOT bliss when it comes to the things of God!)

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  2. The movie’s review: FTA: …Instead, “Saving Christmas” is little more than a screed delivered by Kirk Cameron scorning everyone who doesn’t celebrate the season as ostentatiously as he does, justifying his attitude with bits and pieces gleaned from the Bible, delivered in the most self-righteous manner imaginable. The result is perhaps the only Christmas movie I can think of, especially of the religious-themed variety, that seems to flat-out endorse materialism, greed and outright gluttony. (Towards the end, Kirk admonishes one and all to “get the biggest ham…the richest butter.”)

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  3. Kirk Cameron, Former Evangelical Pastor Take to TBN to Make Case for Santa Claus

    FTA: Actor and filmmaker Kirk Cameron recently invited a former evangelical pastor to TBN to make the case for Santa Claus as Cameron promotes his new film “Saving Christmas,” which seeks to convince Christians who choose not to celebrate the holiday.

    Cameron shared a segment of the interview on his Facebook page on Tuesday, in which he spoke with historian William Federer, a former evangelical minister and political candidate. Sporting the Liberty University logo embroidered on his shirt, Cameron invited Federer to outline the history of Saint Nicholas and other items found in his book “There Really Is a Santa Claus: The History of Saint Nicholas & Christmas Holiday Traditions.”

    “You are the Christmas Santa dude!” Cameron said, beaming. “You are the expert to tell us about about the real Santa Claus. … Who is he?”

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    • Also from the article:
      “And so St. Francis of Assissi said, ‘Look, all this gift-giving is fine, but it’s a distraction from the real reason for the season,’ and so St. Francis of Assissi invented the creche scene—the nativity scene,” Federer outlined. “So, that goes back to the 1200’s and St. Francis of Assissi.”

      Uhm…This so-called “saint” got the idea from paganism-they had the nativity scenes to worship their mother-goddess and her sun-god son.

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