Can you imagine a nativity set with a huge red dragon trying to chew up Baby Jesus?! Nah, it wouldn’t sell. But before we go any further…
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Just in time for Christmas 2017, an atheist group put up a billboard in Dallas with the message: ‘Just skip church. It’s all fake news!’ This is right next to a manger scene.
When we gather together this Christmas, it’s going to be super-awkward since everybody is dead because Donald Trump pulled out of the Paris Climate Scam…
Rain or shine, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, promised Christians he’ll “always be here for you” in a video he posted to Facebook on Christmas Eve.
Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi Muslim living in Brooklyn, really hated Christmas…so much that he used Christmas tree lights as a trigger for a pipe bomb.
This time of year, we celebrate Christ’s incarnation. We humbly bow at the Crucifixion, marvel at the magisterial Resurrection. We cherish that He is the very giver of life.
What is Christmas all about? Obviously it has to do with the arrival of Jesus Christ on planet earth. But why did he actually come? Just why was he born?
The speed with which this year has passed has been amazing, and as we approach the celebration of the birth of our Savior, there is so much to be thankful for this Christmas.
Since World War II, there’s been a common sight in windows and doors across America: a single blue star and..
Christ is the Gift and the Giver of Gifts. He is the beginning, the destination and the end of all things. He is the purpose and the pathway…
The Republican-led Congress narrowly passed a temporary spending bill to avert a government shutdown, doing the bare minimum in a sprint toward the holidays
This particular display of Christmas trees and a beautiful Nativity scene at the White House is a refreshing change in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
On Christmas morning, I was always giddy with excitement to find an empty plate and glass under the tree next to my toys.
This is not about the pagan origins of Christmas. It is not about the placing of coniferous trees in your home. It is not about the commercialization of the birth of Christ.
Is that PC enough for you? Wouldn’t want to ruffle any “fascist feathers” by saying “Merry Christmas”!
‘Bows/wrapped gifts,’ along with the ‘Menorah, Bells, Doves, Red and Green or Blue and white/silver decorations’ are also discouraged.
We should remember the political significance of Christmas. Now don’t get distracted by arguments that early Christians latched onto a…
Regardless of biased and uncharitable attacks by the media, Scripture instructs us to give “honor to whom honor is due.” Here are five gifts Donald Trump gave us this year.
Do the decorations send a false message? Is being ready for Christmas a matter of details and externals? Or is it really a matter of the heart?
Have you ever wondered why it became such a common tradition for Christians to bring a tree into their homes for Christmas?
The Disneyland ensemble trilled an assortment of familiar melodies extolling the historical “reason for the season”: the birth of Jesus Christ.
Is Christmas a holiday with pagan origins? Is it wrong to celebrate the birth of Jesus on December 25th? And what about putting up a Christmas tree?
The debate over Christmas is one that has gone on for centuries. Now, I understand, there are well-meaning, sincere and faithful Christians who choose…
The Trump Administration has no such compunctions this Christmas. Merry Christmas is proudly on the lips of everyone this year.
We’re in the season of Christmas, and the real reason for the season is the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
If we hope to spend quality time with our families and reflecting on the gospel this Christmas, we must first focus our hearts on the beauty of Christ.
Our colleges and universities suck. Throughout this great land of ours, our even greater institutions of higher education are trying to eradicate Christmas.
As another Christmas quickly approaches, colleges across the country are issuing their annual guidelines on how to make the season as inclusive as possible.
Redeem and celebrate are not unfamiliar to Christians. God “redeems” man from a state of darkness and we “celebrate” this transformation of heart.
If there’s one thing Republicans are anxious to wrap up this Christmas, it’s tax reform! And thanks to a late-night Senate compromise