Category Archives: Christmas

Jews & Christmas

Stan Adams writes: At my first office job (in college), I continued my childhood habit (instilled in me by my mother and grandmother) of giving small Christmas gifts to all of my co-workers. One of my female co-workers looked at … Continue reading

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From Adventism To Judaism

Background.

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LAT: The profane origins of ‘Merry Christmas’

I wonder why the news media and the entertainment industry revel in trashing the sacredness of Christmas. Why are there incentives among our elites to trash the public observance of Christianity? A nation that does not have a sacred zone … Continue reading

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The case for Christmas

Ricky Vaughn writes: “Stephen Miller is the most based Jew of all time.” Stephen Miller writes in 2006: It’s the most wonderful time of year-but you wouldn’t know it looking around Duke’s campus. You’d probably find more Christmas decorations at … Continue reading

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Some of Jerusalem’s rabbis are waging their own war on Christmas

Different groups have different interests. Diversity and proximity equal conflict. Washington Post: In a letter faxed to hoteliers in Jerusalem, two of the city’s chief rabbis warned against displaying Christmas trees on their premises. “As the secular year ends we … Continue reading

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