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Christians Say the Darnedest Things: Secular Christmas is All About “Gay Pride” Says Fundamentalist Jeff Maples

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Christmas is a Christian holiday, no matter how you look at it. Spare me the arguments that it has Pagan origins and actually borrows from other festivals and was only later Christianized as a holiday. [Yes. let’s ignore the historical facts about the holiday.] Let’s just be real; without Christ, there never would have been a Christmas. There never would have been an advent. There never would have been a reason to celebrate the birth of the savior of the world–the greatest gift to mankind from God the world has ever seen. Christmas is about Christ.

Despite that, Christmas has become overly commercialized and secularized. While even non-Christians in many parts of the world celebrate Christmas–for them, it’s just a fun holiday–they actually hate the fact that it has anything to do with Christ.[No, we don’t. For the Gerencser family, Christmas is all about family, food, and grandkids opening presents — and beer and fine spirits.] It’s why we’ve replaced phrases like “Merry Christmas” with “Happy Holidays” in retail stores and we see decorations of Santa, reindeer, and trees with generic ornaments on them rather than nativity scenes and Bible verses praising the one Holy Triune God who is here to save his people.

For decades, the secularists have wanted Christ out of Christmas, [This is a bald-faced lie.] and they’re largely accomplishing that and replacing him with the secular god of gay pride [ says a world-class homophobe]. Below is a gallery of some of the filth that these secularists are replacing Christ with. [Please go to Maples’ website to see pictures of the gay Christmas stuff he finds offensive.]

Jeff Maples, Reformation Charlotte, They’ve Successfully Taken Christ Out of Christmas and Replaced Him With Gay Pride, December 10, 2021

Bruce Gerencser, 66, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 45 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.

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    Karen the rock whisperer

    I don’t need to visit his website and give him hits, in order to have to struggle to resist rolling on the floor laughing. (With my knees, it’d be getting UP from the floor that would be difficult. Besides, my cats think their humans are really weird as it is.)

    If Constantine hadn’t made the damned religion his own, and attempted to use it as a tool to unify his enormous, unwieldy, difficult-to-manage empire, we might well be celebrating any one or many pagan traditions. We non-Christians and ex-Christians don’t care that people celebrate Christmas. Some of us will celebrate along with them, though this year my husband and housemate will just join my mother-in-law in a subdued celebration of the fact that our entire family has survived the pandemic, at least so far. (We all have had or will have three shots by Christmas.) Other family will gather in other places, celebrating the same thing. That’s a heckuva lot to celebrate right there, and evidence-unsupported deities are irrelevant.

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    Perhaps there would be no Christmas without Jesus tales, but as long as the Earth travels along the sun there’ll be a winter solstice (or a summer one, if you’re south of the equator. Happy Yule!

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    Hee hee! My family celebrates Christmas in a secular fashion, and I have a lot of the mythological figures represented – the figures of the nativity scene, Santa, Rudolph, Frosty, etc. You do your Christmas and I will do mine.

    Does he get butthurt about Hanukkah and Diwali which are near the time of Christmas?

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