The Pagan Origins of Christian Holidays

The Pagan Origins of Christian Holidays Have you ever wondered what a Christmas tree has to do with the birth of Christ or why children decorate eggs in commemoration of Christ s death Well the answer is a sobering one Because of the com

  • Title: The Pagan Origins of Christian Holidays
  • Author: Elisha Israel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Have you ever wondered what a Christmas tree has to do with the birth of Christ, or, why children decorate eggs in commemoration of Christ s death Well, the answer is a sobering one Because of the compromise between pagans and the Catholic Church many Christian holidays are Christian in name only In this book Elisha J Israel traces the origins of this unholy compromiseHave you ever wondered what a Christmas tree has to do with the birth of Christ, or, why children decorate eggs in commemoration of Christ s death Well, the answer is a sobering one Because of the compromise between pagans and the Catholic Church many Christian holidays are Christian in name only In this book Elisha J Israel traces the origins of this unholy compromise Elisha J Israel is the author of Into Egypt Again With Ships A Message to the Forgotten Israelites African Americans and Killing Black Innocents The Program to Control African American Reproduction from Slavery s End to the Present Day Self Inflicted Genocide.

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    1. Very insightful.I have long heard that pagan holidays were responsible for the Christian holidays however I did not realize just how much until I happened upon this book. I will be furthering my research on this topic as it is so interesting to me and does explain why we have so many religious denominations. If you are not raised in a church as a child and feel you need to search for a greater purpose and how to believe in a higher power, Like I have I'm afraid it is quite maddening.

    2. A Must Read for All ChristiansThank you Elisha Israel. I've been studying bits and pieces about our holidays for years, and you have brought them all together in one book. I was hoping you would reveal detailed customs, like easter eggs and valentine candies, and compare them to the holiday rituals of today. They may have clarified the idolatry. But I did learn from your histories of the theotokos. Thank you for the scriptures. I admire your grit.

    3. Interesting bookI really enjoyed reading this book. I have bee a Christian for a long time, but I always knew that out Christian holidays had a pagan twist. A good read if you are interested in the truth.

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