3 Responses to “Celebrating Christmas was banned by the Puritans”

  1. UglyTruth says:

    Maybe the Puritans knew about Saturnalia.

  2. Gordon says:

    As correctly pointed out in the video, nowhere in the Bible can you find any mention of Christmas. It is a pagan festival. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Christmas

    This then begs the question; If Christmas is not a Christian festival, then what is?

    Well, the answer which may surprise you is that all Christian festivals are of pagan origin, but I’ll leave you to do the research for yourselves. After all, “He who travels alone, travels furthest.”

    Now, I don’t think many of you out there are interested in what your creator has to say concerning His feast days, yet nonetheless, for those few who are so inclined I refer you to the book of Leviticus; chapter 23 of the Bible where you’ll find seven appointed festivals to be kept. Each of these festivals are to be kept at specific times of the year and collectively reveal the creators master plan for mankind.

    I would point out also, that these festive holy days are NOT Jewish holy days but were given to the collective tribes of Israel (Sons of Jacob) at the foot of Mt Sinai.

  3. Nollidge says:

    Who financed Cromwell?.Why the Amsterdam Jews!.But why.? Because they wanted Cherles out of the way so they could take over the English coal trade.B-Bbut you say,there’s coal in Europe. Yes,but all English coal then was close to the coast allowing for cheaper mass transportation by ship instead of expensive horse & cart from the European inland coal deposits.& when Cromwell won,the Puritans were almost orthodox Jews in the banning of Christmas,etc.You should try to find a book online by Archibauld Maule Ramsay,titled,IIRC, “The silent War”.It willl enlighten you all.

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