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    SANTA - Claus
    and Sun-god Worship

    "the symbolism of the nimbus or halo was early in use
    among the pagans who determined its form. In the monuments
    of Hellenic and Roman art, the heads of the gods,
    heroes, and other distinguished persons are often found
    with a disc-shaped halo, a circle of light, or a rayed-
    fillet. They are, therefore, associated especially with
    gods and creatures such as the Phoenix. The disc of light
    is likewise used in the Pompeian wall paintings to typify gods
    and demigods only. The custom of the Egyptian and
    Syrian kings of having themselves represented with a rayed
    crown to indicate the status of demigods, spread
    throughout the East and the West. In Rome the halo was
    first used only for deceased emperors as a sign of
    celestial bliss, but afterwards living rulers also were
    given the rayed crown."
    --Catholic Encyclopedia
    New Advent - "Nimbus in Art"


    SANTA - Claus
    and Sun-god Worship






    SANTA - Claus
    and Sun-god Worship

    "The nimbus (radiant light) or HALO
    around many of the ancient gods and goddesses
    originated in SUN worship."
    --J.C. Cooper's Illustrated Encyclopedia
    of Traditional Symbols, p.112


    "NiMBUS, HALO...originally indicative of SOLAR power
    and the SUN'S DISK, hence an attribute of SUN-GODS."
    --J.C. Cooper's Illustrated Encyclopedia
    of Traditional Symbols, p.112

    "NIMBUS - The sun in the heavens is a cosmic example,
    for the floods of sunlight which it pours forth are the
    vital aura, NIMBUS, or glory surrounding the solar heart.
    The adoption of the nimbus surrounding the heads or
    entire bodies of the Christian saints was a clear case
    of borrowing from the Orient, because from time immemorial
    the nimbus has been used there to signify spiritual
    ecstasy, as exemplified in large numbers of Buddhist
    images."
    -- Encyclopedic Theosophical Glossary: Nf-Nz
    Copyright © 1999 by Theosophical University Press

    "Since the most ancient times,
    the sun has been a favorite "god"
    or god symbol of pagan people all
    around the world. The Babylonians,
    Persians, Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans
    all had their sun gods. The native peoples
    of North and South America widely practiced
    sun worship, as did their Asian ancestors.
    Sun worship was also widely practiced by
    the people of the Middle East, and even the
    Israelites were sometimes corrupted by it:
    The Europeans too were deeply involved in
    sun worship, and many of their sun-god
    festivals were carried over when they
    professed conversion to Christianity.
    These can still be seen today in the
    Easter bonfire and sunrise services,
    and the Christmas burning of the Yule log."
    -Sun Worship
    by Wayne Blank





    "The nimbus (radiant light) or HALO
    around many of the ancient gods and goddesses
    originated in SUN worship."
    --J.C. Cooper's Illustrated Encyclopedia
    of Traditional Symbols, p.112

    "The heads of Saints didn't really glow
    as is so often portrayed in religious art.
    The use of the halo, or nimbus, originated
    with the pagan Greeks and Romans to represent
    their sun god, Helios. Later artists adopted
    it for use in Christian images."
    -Sun Worship
    by Wayne Blank

    "The halo is actually just the sun
    behind the person's head, as illustrated above.
    It's easy to recognize once one realizes what
    it is, although it's also often stylized to
    make it less obvious. Originally a very
    devious way of mixing idolatrous sun worship
    with Christianity by converts who were not
    all that converted, the pagan halo became an
    unfortunate tradition in Christian art."
    -Sun Worship
    by Wayne Blank

    "Halos are pictured as a luminous ring
    or a disk of light that surrounds an object.
    Webster's Dictionary describes a halo as
    the aura of glory, veneration, or sentiment
    surrounding an idealized person or thing.
    But it was the ancient pagans that originated
    this practice of using halos or "sun-disks"
    to signify the divinity of the sun god.
    Many of the customs and much of the icons
    of our worlds religions were adapted from
    paganism, and Sun worship is what spawned
    the use of these sun disks in pictures and
    graven images."
    -Sun Worship in Christianity?
    A study by Timothy Youngblood

    "The birthday of the sun-god Mithra
    was December 25. Instead of opposing this
    idolatry, the Catholic church literally
    made up the idea that December 25 was
    Christ's birthday, and celebrated the
    pagan holiday with a new name, "Christmas."
    -Christmas; A Biblical Perspective
    by Darwin Fish



    DECEMBER 25th
    The Birth of a "sun-god"


    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    تحمَّلتُ وحديَ مـا لا أُطيـقْ من الإغترابِ وهَـمِّ الطريـقْ
    اللهم اني اسالك في هذه الساعة ان كانت جوليان في سرور فزدها في سرورها ومن نعيمك عليها . وان كانت جوليان في عذاب فنجها من عذابك وانت الغني الحميد برحمتك يا ارحم الراحمين

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    DECEMBER 25th
    The Birth of a "sun-god"

    The First man to declare himself a god, was Nimrod.
    His mother, Semiramis, declared herself to be "The
    Mother of god". Together with their son, Tammuz,
    they replaced the worship of Jehovah God, with a
    Triune - "trinity" mystery god. Since Tammuz married
    his own mother - he was both - "God - the Father" and
    "God - the son".

    When the people's language was confused in Babel,
    they took with them the religion of Nimrod and spread
    it all over the earth.

    Every pagan god, and every pagan goddess has received
    some aspect of Nimrod, and Semiramis worship and devotion.
    All the pagan sun-gods of the world claim to have been
    born on Decmeber 25th. How appropriate that they even
    copied the birthdate of the First man to oppose Jehovah
    God.

    Paganism is filled with symbolism. If you do a careful
    search on Sun Worship - you will learn what these symbols
    and teachings are.

    When you honor and adore the "Baby Jesus" on December 25th,
    you have been duped into giving the pagan sun-gods of the
    world - honor, attention, and worship - without even
    knowing it. This has been going on for years. But now
    that we live in an age where data is everywhere at our
    fingertips - these Deceptions are being unearthed and
    exposed for what they truly are - a trick of the Devil,
    to take worship away from Jehovah God and direct it at
    his own seed.


    The "Halo" or "Nimbus"
    in "sun-god" worship

    "the symbolism of the nimbus or halo was early in use
    among the pagans who determined its form. In the monuments
    of Hellenic and Roman art, the heads of the gods,
    heroes, and other distinguished persons are often found
    with a disc-shaped halo, a circle of light, or a rayed-
    fillet. They are, therefore, associated especially with
    gods and creatures such as the Phoenix. The disc of light
    is likewise used in the Pompeian wall paintings to typify gods
    and demigods only. The custom of the Egyptian and
    Syrian kings of having themselves represented with a rayed
    crown to indicate the status of demigods, spread
    throughout the East and the West. In Rome the halo was
    first used only for deceased emperors as a sign of
    celestial bliss, but afterwards living rulers also were
    given the rayed crown."
    --Catholic Encyclopedia
    New Advent - "Nimbus iin Art"




    "In early Christian art the nimbus (halo) was NOT found
    on any images of God nor on any celestial beings."
    --Catholic Encyclopedia
    New Advent - "Nimbus iin Art"

    "In Hellenistic and Roman art the sun-god Helios
    and Roman emperors often appear with a crown of rays.
    or a halo. Because of its pagan origin, the form was
    avoided in Early Christian art."
    --Encyclopedia Britannica (2006 Edition)
    under "Halo or Nimbus"

    "Since the most ancient times,
    the sun has been a favorite "god" or god symbol
    of pagan people all around the world.
    The Babylonians, Persians, Egyptians, Greeks
    and Romans all had their sun gods.
    The native peoples of North and South America
    widely practiced sun worship, as did their Asian
    ancestors. Sun worship was also widely practiced
    by the people of the Middle East. The Europeans too
    were deeply involved in sun worship, and many of
    their sun-god festivals were carried over when
    they professed conversion to Christianity.
    These can still be seen today in the Easter SUNday
    Services, the Easter bonfire and sunrise services,
    and the Christmas burning of the Yule log."
    --Sun Worship
    by Wayne Blank

    "The use of the halo, or nimbus, originated with the
    pagan Greeks and Romans to represent their sun gods.
    Later artists adopted it for use in Christian images."
    --Sun Worship
    by Wayne Blank


    "The real secret of Constantine and the bishops of Rome
    is their cunning introduction of sun worship and paganism
    into Christianity. It was done so shrewdly that,
    incredibly, it has been veiled within the faith for
    centuries. Through Constantine, paganism and Christianity
    joined hands in the Roman Empire. Sun worship, which
    appears in nearly every pagan religion in the world,
    soon appeared in Christian art, imagery, and theology.
    The halo often seen on Christ and Mary is actually a
    symbol of sun worship."
    --Beyond The Da Vinci Code
    by Alan Parker, Th.D
    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    تحمَّلتُ وحديَ مـا لا أُطيـقْ من الإغترابِ وهَـمِّ الطريـقْ
    اللهم اني اسالك في هذه الساعة ان كانت جوليان في سرور فزدها في سرورها ومن نعيمك عليها . وان كانت جوليان في عذاب فنجها من عذابك وانت الغني الحميد برحمتك يا ارحم الراحمين

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    Pagan sun-gods are born on December 25th
    A Compromise and Deception of Christendom




    "December 25....a festival was celebrated among the
    heathen, at that precise time of the year, in honour of
    the birth of the son of the Babylonian queen of heaven
    ...the sun-god Nimrod...the same festival was adopted
    by the Roman Church, giving it the name of Christ."
    --The Two Babylons
    Alexander Hislop

    "December 25th - Instead of this day being the time
    of our Saviour's birth, it was the very day and season
    on which the pagans for centuries had celebrated the
    birth of the Sun-god. A study into this shows how far
    apostate church leaders went in their effort to merge
    Christianity and paganism into one apostate religion -
    even to placing the birth of Christ on a date to harmonize
    with the pagan birthday celebration of the sun-god.
    It was in the FIFTH Century that the Roman Catholic
    Church commanded that the birth of Christ be observed
    forever on December 25 - the day of the old Roman feast
    of the birth of Sol (one of the names of the sun-god).
    -- [Encyclopedia Americana, Vol. 6, p.623]



    Christmas Art -
    Reveals sun-god worship




    The "Halo" or "Nimbus"
    in "sun-god" worship
    "the symbolism of the nimbus or halo was early in use
    among the pagans who determined its form. In the monuments
    of Hellenic and Roman art, the heads of the gods,
    heroes, and other distinguished persons are often found
    with a disc-shaped halo, a circle of light, or a rayed-
    fillet. They are, therefore, associated especially with
    gods and creatures such as the Phoenix. The disc of light
    is likewise used in the Pompeian wall paintings to typify gods
    and demigods only. The custom of the Egyptian and
    Syrian kings of having themselves represented with a rayed
    crown to indicate the status of demigods, spread
    throughout the East and the West. In Rome the halo was
    first used only for deceased emperors as a sign of
    celestial bliss, but afterwards living rulers also were
    given the rayed crown."
    --Catholic Encyclopedia
    New Advent - "Nimbus iin Art"



    "Pagans celebrated the birth of the Sun
    on the 25th of December."
    --THE MYSTERIES OF MITHRA
    by Franz Cumont [1903]

    "Satan tried to compete for the loyalty of the world
    by setting up a very ancient center of sun worship
    called Babylon. It was Satan's attempt to defy God
    and His authority. The ring leader in this scheme was
    one named Nimrod. He was the man who had something to
    do with the beginning of pagan sun worship."
    --Paganism in the Church - Part 2
    Joe Crews

    "In Hellenistic and Roman art the sun-god Helios
    and Roman emperors often appear with a crown of rays.
    or a halo. Because of its pagan origin, the form was
    avoided in Early Christian art."
    --Encyclopedia Britannica (2006 Edition)
    under "Halo or Nimbus"



    "Since the most ancient times,
    the sun has been a favorite "god" or god symbol
    of pagan people all around the world.
    The Babylonians, Persians, Egyptians, Greeks
    and Romans all had their sun gods.
    The native peoples of North and South America
    widely practiced sun worship, as did their Asian
    ancestors. Sun worship was also widely practiced
    by the people of the Middle East. The Europeans too
    were deeply involved in sun worship, and many of
    their sun-god festivals were carried over when
    they professed conversion to Christianity.
    These can still be seen today in the Easter SUNday
    Services, the Easter bonfire and sunrise services,
    and the Christmas burning of the Yule log."
    --Sun Worship
    by Wayne Blank

    "The real secret of Constantine and the bishops of Rome
    is their cunning introduction of sun worship and paganism
    into Christianity. It was done so shrewdly that,
    incredibly, it has been veiled within the faith for
    centuries. Through Constantine, paganism and Christianity
    joined hands in the Roman Empire. Sun worship, which
    appears in nearly every pagan religion in the world,
    soon appeared in Christian art, imagery, and theology.
    The halo often seen on Christ and Mary is actually a
    symbol of sun worship."
    --Beyond The Da Vinci Code
    by Alan Parker, Th.D



    "The use of the halo, or nimbus, originated with the
    pagan Greeks and Romans to represent their sun gods.
    Later artists adopted it for use in Christian images."
    --Sun Worship
    by Wayne Blank

    "December 25....a festival was celebrated among the
    heathen, at that precise time of the year, in honour of
    the birth of the son of the Babylonian queen of heaven
    ...the sun-god Nimrod...the same festival was adopted
    by the Roman Church, giving it the name of Christ."
    --The Two Babylons
    Alexander Hislop

    "December 25th - Instead of this day being the time
    of our Saviour's birth, it was the very day and season
    on which the pagans for centuries had celebrated the
    birth of the Sun-god. A study into this shows how far
    apostate church leaders went in their effort to merge
    Christianity and paganism into one apostate religion -
    even to placing the birth of Christ on a date to harmonize
    with the pagan birthday celebration of the sun-god.
    It was in the FIFTH Century that the Roman Catholic
    Church commanded that the birth of Christ be observed
    forever on December 25 - the day of the old Roman feast
    of the birth of Sol (one of the names of the sun-god).
    -- [Encyclopedia Americana, Vol. 6, p.623]

    "The winter solstice (Dec 25) was the time
    at which all the sun-gods from Osiris to Jupiter
    and Mithra had celebrated their (birthdays),
    the celebration being adorned with the pine tree of
    Adonis, the Holy of Saturn, and the Mistletoe tappers
    represented the kindling of the newborn sun-god's
    fire..."
    --[Man and His Gods, p.2013].
    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    تحمَّلتُ وحديَ مـا لا أُطيـقْ من الإغترابِ وهَـمِّ الطريـقْ
    اللهم اني اسالك في هذه الساعة ان كانت جوليان في سرور فزدها في سرورها ومن نعيمك عليها . وان كانت جوليان في عذاب فنجها من عذابك وانت الغني الحميد برحمتك يا ارحم الراحمين

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    CHRISTMAS -
    And "sun-god" WORSHIP

    What is The "LINK" ?

    "Pagans celebrated the birth of the Sun
    on the 25th of December."
    --THE MYSTERIES OF MITHRA
    by Franz Cumont [1903]



    CHRISTMAS -
    And "sun-god" WORSHIP

    What is The "LINK" ?

    The "First" Link - is The DATE

    "Pagans celebrated the birth of the Sun
    on the 25th of December."
    --THE MYSTERIES OF MITHRA
    by Franz Cumont [1903]
    Actually there are many Links between Christmas and
    sun-god worship. The most obvious Link is the Date
    itself. We know that the Bible says that Jesus was
    born during a warm month, when the sheep and their
    shepherds were still spending the nights outdoors.

    We also know - that could not have been in December,
    because that time of year was too cold and rainy.
    History reports that back then, and even now, the sheep
    in the area of Bethlemen and Jerusalem, are kept indoors
    at night, after the month of October.

    So what would cause the Apostate Church of Christendom
    to insist on "Honoring" Christ in the Wintertime ?
    There Lies the Link to sun-god worship.

    All the sun-gods from the time of Ancient Babylon, to
    the present - have birthdays on December 25. That is
    their holy day for Celebration. How could they all be
    born on December 25th - you might ask? The answer is
    simple. Nimrod of Ancient Babylon - was the first human,
    to claim that he was a god. His mother, Semiramis,
    claimed therefore - to be - The Mother of God.
    Nimrod was born on December 25th, and since all other
    sun-gods were fashioned after him - the answer is obvious.

    "Semiramis and Horus/Tammuz were worshipped as
    "Madonna and child." And as the generations passed,
    they were worshipped under other names in different
    countries and languages. Many of these are recognizable:
    Fortuna and Jupiter in Rome; Aphrodite and Adonis in
    Greece and Ashtoreth/Astarte and Molech/Baal in Canaan."
    --Syncretismas!
    by Martin G. Collins
    Forerunner, December 1995



    "In his deified form, Nimrod the Sun god is known as Baal.
    Mythology reveals the fact that the god Baal, and the
    goddess, the queen of heaven, were universally worshiped
    under various names and titles. History confirms, that
    Nimrod, and his wife, Semiramis, were the prototypes for
    all gods and goddesses that permeated all subsequent
    cultures and societies."
    --World Religions
    by David Terrell
    Nimrod - Semiramis - Tammuz
    And December 25th




    "When Nimrod was a young boy, his mother, Semiramis,
    desired him, and in fact, ended up marrying him.
    When Nimrod died, and was made the sun god,
    Semiramis then had an illegitimate son called Tammuz,
    who she claimed to be the son of Nimrod. Semiramis also
    declared that her son, Tammuz, was in actuality the
    return or rebirth of her husband, Nimrod."
    --World Religions
    by David Terrell
    Queen of Heaven -
    Mother and Child Worship - From Babylon

    "Tammuz became symbolized by the golden calf.
    Semiramis became known as the "queen of heaven,"
    and was the prototype from which all other pagan
    goddesses came."
    --World Religions
    by David Terrell



    "Nimrod's religion is identified in scripture with Satan -
    by reading Isaiah Chapter 14 and in Revelation Chapters 17-18.
    By history we can prove that Babylonian religion invaded
    the whole world and is the basis for every system of idolatry,
    and is the theme of mythology, though the names of the gods
    are different because of the various languages in the world.
    The world's major religions can be traced back to ancient Babylon.
    Satan is known as the father of lies which deceiveth the whole world
    (Genesis 3:1, John 8:44, Revelation 12:9), and Nimrod was the
    human "father" of all false religion."
    --World Religions
    by David Terrell

    "Satan tried to compete for the loyalty of the world
    by setting up a very ancient center of sun worship
    called Babylon. It was Satan's attempt to defy God
    and His authority. The ring leader in this scheme was
    one named Nimrod. He was the man who had something to
    do with the beginning of pagan sun worship."
    --Paganism in the Church - Part 2
    Joe Crews



    "The logical person to replace the Great Mother of
    paganism was Mary, the mother of Jesus. It mattered not
    to pagan Rome whether they worshiped the goddess mother
    and her child under the Egyptian names of Isis and Horus,
    or the Babylonian names of Semiramis and Tammuz, or the
    Roman names of Venus and Jupiter, or under the names of
    the "Virgin Mary" and the "Christ- child.". Either way,
    it was the same old idol-religion."
    --Baal-mas
    Where did Christmas Come from?
    Tom Adams
    "Nimrod, one of the great-grandsons of Noah,
    is accredited with being the originator of sun worship."
    --Paganism in the Church - Part 2
    Joe Crews

    How did Christendom Swallow and Accept
    The Lies of Ancient Babylon ?

    "The 'Christianization' of Pagan Customs, Symbols, and
    Terminology — Christianity had to undergo a transformation
    so that pagan Rome could "convert" without giving up its
    old beliefs and rituals. The actual effect was to paganize
    official Christianity. A compound religion had been
    manufactured, of which ... Christianity furnished the
    nomenclature, and Paganism furnished the doctrines and
    the rights. The idolatry of the Roman world had by no
    means been demolished. Instead of this, its pagan
    nakedness had been covered with the garb of a deformed
    Christianity."
    --Vine, W.E, Gospel Tract Publications.
    The Collected Writings of W.E. Vine, Volume 5.
    Glasgow, Scotland, 1986, pp.436-439.

    "The so-called Christmas customs and traditions were
    later concocted more for commercial purposes than for
    religious. Merchants sell more of almost every kind of
    product during the Christmas season than at any other
    time of year."
    --Baal-mas
    Where did Christmas Come from?
    Tom Adams

    Christmas is A "Lie"

    "No "Christian" holiday is as misleading as Christmas—
    unless it is Easter. What do evergreen trees, Yule logs,
    holly wreaths, mistletoe, and Santa Claus have to do with
    our relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ?
    Does the nativity scene with its mother-and-child motif
    teach us anything about the relationship between God the
    Father and His Son?"
    --Syncretismas!
    by Martin G. Collins
    Forerunner, December 1995

    "Does Christmas teach us the truth?
    With so many falsehoods and deceptions surrounding
    and embedded in this holiday, we would be foolish to
    believe that God would approve of its celebration.
    Truth is very important to God. It is one of the names
    of His son - Jesus Christ (John 14:6) and one of his
    ministry's themes: "And you shall know the truth,
    and the truth shall make you free" (John 8:32; 18:37).
    Conversely, lies bind us in spiritual slavery."
    --Syncretismas!
    by Martin G. Collins
    Forerunner, December 1995

    "Let's reflect for a moment on the origins and history
    of Christmas, which flourishes today in the materialistic
    Western world. From its non-Christian background, we can
    see that it is a syncretistic blend of pagan rites and
    Christian themes that is abhorrent to God (Deuteronomy
    12:29-32; see Exodus 32). Christmas is a quagmire of
    deceptive traditions."
    --Syncretismas!
    by Martin G. Collins
    Forerunner, December 1995

    Now Add a Tree
    And a Little Greenery

    "After Nimrod's death (c. 2167 BC), Semiramis promoted
    the belief that he was a god. She claimed that she saw
    a full-grown evergreen tree spring out of the roots of
    a dead tree stump (the Yule Log) , symbolizing the springing forth of
    new life for Nimrod. On the anniversary of his birth (Dec 25),
    she said, Nimrod would visit the evergreen tree and leave gifts
    under it. His birthday fell on the winter solstice at the end of December."
    --Syncretismas!
    by Martin G. Collins
    Forerunner, December 1995

    Now Add a "Trinity"

    "A few years later, Semiramis bore a son, named
    Tammuz, Horus or Gilgamesh. She declared that she had
    been visited by the spirit of Nimrod, who left her
    pregnant with the boy. Horus/Tammuz, who she maintained,
    was Nimrod reincarnated. With a father, mother and son
    deified, a deceptive, perverted Trinity was formed."
    --Syncretismas!
    by Martin G. Collins
    Forerunner, December 1995



    Jesus Was Born in a "WARM" Month

    "And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby,
    keeping watch over their flocks at night."
    (Luke 2:8)(NIV)-BibleGateway

    The Biblical account says that the Shepherds and their
    sheep were still sleeping outdoors at the time of
    Christ's birth. Winter-time would have been too Cold.

    "...the last week of December corresponds to the tenth
    month of the Jewish sacred calendar known as Tebeth,
    when there are frequent frosts and occasional snow
    florishes in Jerusalem..."
    - The Geography of the Bible; by Denis Baly

    Jesus' public ministry lasted for three and a half years
    (Dan. 9:27). It came to an end at the time of Passover
    (John 18:39). which was in the spring. Therefore, he
    began his ministry in the fall. Jesus began his ministry
    at about the age of 30 (Luke 3:23). This was the
    recognized age for a priest before he could become an
    official minister under the Old Testament (Num. 4:3).
    Therefore his birth must have been in the fall.

    “In Palestine, winter winds are very penetrating
    from the middle of December to the middle of February.
    Snow and hail, during most winters, fall on the hills.
    The Hebrew month Tebeth (December and January) is the
    coldest month; rain, hail and snow on higher hills,
    and occasionally at Jerusalem."
    --(Ungers Bible Dictionary, p. 1170)

    "It was an ancient custom among the Jews of those days
    to send their sheep to the fields and deserts about
    Passover (early spring)and bring them home at
    commencement of the first rain...
    During the time they were out, the shepherds watched them
    night and day, as... the first rains began early
    in the month of Marchesvan, which answers to part of our
    October... we find that the sheep were kept out
    in the open country during the whole summer,
    and as these shepherds had not yet brought home their flocks,
    it is a presumptive argument that October had not yet
    commenced(begun), and consequently, our Lord was not born
    on the 25th of December, when no flocks were out in the
    fields by night. On this very ground, the nativity in December
    should be given up."
    - Adam Clark Commentary, Volume 5, page 347

    "It is evident that Jesus was not born
    during the middle of winter, for at the time of his birth,
    the shepherds were living out in the fields with their
    flocks. As the bible says: 'There were in the same country
    shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their
    flock by night" (Luke 2:8). As is well known, the shepherds
    in Palestine do not "abide in the fields" during
    the winter season because of the extreme, cold
    temperatures. The shepherds always bring their flocks
    in from the mountain slopes and fields no later than
    October 15th! "
    - Mede's Works, 1679. Discourse xlvii

    "These humble pastoral folk are out in the field at night
    with their flock - a feature of the story which would
    argue against the birth of Christ occurring on Dec. 25
    since the weather would not have permitted it"
    - (The Interpreter's One-Volume Commentary,
    Abingdon Press, Nashville, 1971, note on Luke 2:4-7).

    "Shepherds and their flocks would not be found
    "abiding" (Gr. agrauleo) in the open fields at night
    in December (Tebeth), for the paramount reason
    that there would be no pasturage at that time.
    It was the custom then (as now) to withdraw the flocks
    during the month Marchesven Oct.-Nov.) from the open districts
    and house them for the winter."
    - The Companion Bible, Appendix 179


    God's Viewpoint
    of Compromise with pagan gods

    "Put away the strange gods that are among you,
    and be clean" (Gen. 35:2).

    "Inquire not after their gods,
    saying, How do these nations serve their gods?
    ...You shall not do so unto Jehovah your God"
    (Deut. 12:30-31).

    "Learn not the way of the heathen"
    (Jer. 10:2).

    "And take heed, lest you lift your eyes to heaven,
    and when you see the SUN, and the moon, and the stars,
    even all the host of heaven, shouldest be driven to
    WORSHIP them, and serve them..."
    (Deut. 4:19).
    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    تحمَّلتُ وحديَ مـا لا أُطيـقْ من الإغترابِ وهَـمِّ الطريـقْ
    اللهم اني اسالك في هذه الساعة ان كانت جوليان في سرور فزدها في سرورها ومن نعيمك عليها . وان كانت جوليان في عذاب فنجها من عذابك وانت الغني الحميد برحمتك يا ارحم الراحمين

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