Should Christians celebrate Christmas?”

When they first hear this question, many people are perplexed by the seeming ridiculousness of it. “Of course, Christians should celebrate Christmas,” they say, “after all, Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, the founder of the Christian faith, isn’t it?” But, it isn’t that simple. There has been controversy over the observance of Christmas since the time Christmas began being celebrated. Why you ask? There are two primary reasons. First, it is unlikely that Jesus was born on December 25. Second, many of the traditions that go along with Christmas have absolutely nothing to do with Jesus Christ. So, again, the question: Should Christians celebrate Christmas?

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