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Re: give, pray, love Angel Girl

Posted by rayww on January 3, 2005, at 1:08:39

In reply to Re: give, pray, love rayww, posted by Angel Girl on January 3, 2005, at 0:41:17

Thanks AG. I agree with you that people of other religions for the most part respect the Christian right to worship their Lord on Christmas. I have heard similar stories as your Jewish mayor. I think it is great that he had the guts to stick up for Christmas trees. It's a flip flop world we live in today. Someone always seems to be messing with the terms.

I like what CS Lewis said about Jesus. I don't have the exact quote, but it went something like, "either Jesus Christ was/is the Son of God, or else He was a nut case" He wasn't just a great teacher or leader, or anything less than the Son of God. He was either who the prophets said he was or else he was a terrific imposer, a loony toon. There is no middle road belief here, it's cut and dry. Frankly, I prefer to take out all the fog, eliminate the grey area, and look at the black and white of it. Jesus is the white. When comparing black, to grey, to white there is no dispute. White is undisputably white. Jesus is the Christ. And I for one am very thankful we can celebrate Him each Christmas. I know of no other person who has ever lived that there is such a tradition.

Happy Birthday Jesus! We love you.


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