~Where in scriptures do you find God giving a command or even an inference that He allows man to make a holy day out of, and on, an ancient pagan “holy” day to their sun-god to celebrate His Son’s birth?
~What scriptures gives you the go-ahead to “christianize” unredeemable pagan traditions and rituals to worship God with? How are you avoiding even the appearance of evil when you decorate your homes and churches just as the modern-day pagans, the Wiccans, do?
~What is the Christian purpose of setting up a tree in your house and decorating it? What scripture verse(s) do you use to do so? In what way is this tradition Christ honoring (in the general sense by all who set up the tree in their house, not from your personal perspective)?
~Why do you decorate the house with evergreens, such as boughs and wreaths this time of the year? Why do you set up pagan look-alike nativity scenes at this time of the year? What is the purpose of putting presents under the tree for others to open? How does this bring glory and honor to Christ Jesus?
~If you know the pagan roots of the celebration then why do you continue to use these traditions in honor of Christ’s birth despite God’s Word against it? Do you have a scripture verse/passage to justify this man-made pagan/papist celebratory will-worship to God? What makes you believe this is truly a lawful holy day? What assures you that He is pleased by this unordained holiday when He has shown through judgements on Israel that He abhors the ways of the pagans in worshiping Him?
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