Oh, That Pagan Wedding Ring!

Yes, its true! We Christians live in a world of paganism! Everywhere we look its pagan! Pagan! Pagan! Pagan! Our churches are modeled after pagan worship centers. Our days of the week are named after pagan gods! Some say worship on Sunday is pagan! And our dollar bill…GASP!!!…

So what? That’s right, I asked, so what? Maybe knowing that truth puts most Christians at ease about celebrating X Mass. “Paganism is hard to avoid.” Or they will say, “See, you can christianize paganism! Look at the church structure!” Well…not so fast, o clever one!

No. No you can’t christianize unredeemable paganism. Yes, we use, or practice, the things of pagan origin all of the time. But that pertains to worldly use for our benefit or as a person to person use. Many things we believe have a pagan origin didn’t just happen to be only for pagan worship after all. The practice simply existed before the time of Nimrod, where all pagan religions came from. Nevertheless, in our man to God worship we must not adopt the ways of the heathen to worship Him with. He hates it. He did not ordain it. It is Cain worship, i.e.,man-made. God has the only right to sanction worship of Him and to call days “holy.” Not us. Some say that Jeremiah 10 has nothing whatsoever to do with X Mass trees. Fine. You can believe that. Some say that Deuteronomy 12:29-32 is not speaking about our modern-day X Mass trees and such other rituals and traditions. Fine. You can believe that way, too.

Here’s the the problem: If you are decorating your homes in the same manner as the Wiccans then you are yoking with the idolatrous unbelievers. You are not being seperate from them. How are you being holy as God is holy in this X Mass-Saturnalia “holy” day observance? You are not abstaining from even the appearance of evil! Are you a Christian or a Wiccan? Sure, today many would say you are a Christian but not the unbelievers. They don’t know the difference nor do they care. Its about Santa for them, no matter their age. The Wiccans are either laughing at you for doing as they do or they are angry at you for hijacking their holy day and putting your false god (yes, its lower-case “g” to them) in the place of their true sun-god, unless they believe there is no difference between the two. But they should know it! Christians aren’t helping them in the matter with their copy-cat decor.  In fact, many Wiccans are being confused with being Christians! Where are we different, then, by our appearance?

If you cling to your X Mass to the point of being rude or inconsiderate to your fellow Christians who do not celebrate it then you are committing idolatry and brotherly love is not in you. If you use Scriptures to validate your celebration but say that the incarnation story is the “Christmas story” then you have no idea what the Christ Mass truly is about and you are inadvertantly sinning against God and calling the holy by an unholy name. Plus! You are misinterpreting the Scriptures you are using! If you are celebrating X Mass despite knowing its pagan roots (or similarity to the Wiccan’s “holy” day) then you are willfully sinning against God. Its not just sinning, but willfully sinning. If you are celebrating X Mass for the kids’ sake, or for fear of what others might say, then you are not worthy of Jesus. He said it, I didn’t:

Matthew 10:36-38, “And a man’s foes shall be they of his own household. He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. And he that taketh not his cross, and followeth after me, is not worthy of me.”


See also Bible Hub’s commentary and other like verses here.

Its time to repent of Christo-paganism.




3 responses to “Oh, That Pagan Wedding Ring!

  1. Questions: If you set up the pagan X Mass tree in the church because you don’t believe there is any harm to you and your fellow believers, will you stop the practice when a former Wiccan comes to Christ Jesus as her Savior and joins your church? Or will you wound her conscience and spoil her rewards from God by your selfishness in letting her believe that some of her Wiccan practices and tokens are OK for her to hold onto? In witnessing Christ before Wiccans, do you think they will see how set apart from them you are during the X Mass season? Or will they see you as imitating them (which is what you really are doing)?

    1 Corinthians 10:32 (KJV)

    Give none offence, neither to the Jews, nor to the Gentiles (Wiccans), nor to the church of God:


  2. Pagan Images Attract Demons?

    I have a question regarding pagan images or symbols. My husband is an unbeliever and has many pieces of eastern art and new age garbage. I was told things like that carry an evil spirit or attract demons. Is that true?

    It is true that objects can have demons associated with them. Pagan amulets, Rock albums, etc. And we know this kind of thing is possible Scripturally because Jesus sent the “Legion” demons into the herd of pigs. (Mt8:32)

    On the other hand, a Christian happening to be in the company of these kinds of objects should not be possessed by fear. Objects are mere objects. “for the earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness of it.” (1Cor10:26,Ps24:1) And objects are only effective to those who view them that way… “I know and am persuaded in the Lord Jesus that nothing by itself is common; except to the one counting anything to be common, it is common.” (Rom14:14)

    Regarding idols, which is really the same thing, Jehovah says, “Do not be afraid of them, for they cannot do evil nor good; it is not with them.” (Jer10:5b)

    A Believer is protected. “Behold, I have given you the authority to tread on snakes and scorpions, and on all the power of the Enemy, and nothing shall hurt you, not at all” (Lk10:19)



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