Jesus was born rejected by some and regarded by many others with indifference,” he added in his Christmas Eve message. “Today also the same indifference can exist, when Christmas becomes a feast where the protagonists are ourselves, rather than Jesus. When the lights of commerce cast the light of God into the shadows; when we are concerned for gifts, but cold toward those who are marginalized. …The pope addressed children who are living in poverty and war, and also appeared to reference the Syrian refugee crisis that has created political upheaval in Europe.” –Source
Oh wow, where do I start? Perhaps Christmas eh? First and foremost, Chrismas is not a Christian holiday. It is an invention of the Popes of Rome so as to belittle the Gospel message of Christ through His Word by making the world appear more enticing than New Jerusalem.
On this website I have a page that outlines in much detail just how evil Christmas really is. Click here to see 28 points exposing everything from Paganism to a cross dresser most call Santa Clause to this day. But my favorite way to expose Christmas is to point out the fact that Jesus could not have been born in Winter. It says clearly in Luke 2:8, “And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night.” Continue reading