- Spurgeon’s understanding of Christmas in 1855 was it was Catholic not Protestant
- Spurgeon did not celebrate Christmas as stated by him in 1856
- Spurgeon told his church in 1857 to use Christmas gatherings for evangelism
- Spurgeon did preach on the birth of Christ during Christmastime in 1859 and 1868
- Spurgeon’s learning brought him to believe Christmas to be of pagan origin in 1871
- Spurgeon no longer preached on Christmas after 1871. He died in 1892.
- Christmas was a witch’s sabbath used by Catholics on their festival calender and was generally suppressed both in England and the American colonies by the Protestants
The following excerpt is from Spurgeon’s last message on Christmas in 1871.
“WE HAVE NO superstitious regard for times and seasons. Certainly we…
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