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Occult Holidays or God's Holy Days - Which?
What is the true origin of today's widely accepted holidays— Halloween, Christmas, Easter, etc.—and how did such days come to be embraced as "Christian" dogma? Likewise, what happened to the biblical festivals God gave to ancient Israel and which were observed by the original, true apostolic Church? Through the centuries, how and why were God's holy days recklessly cast as ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by York Publishing Company
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This book looks at what is really behind our popular holidays and makes a case that they come from pagan or occult traditions and should not be celebrated by Christians. The holidays discussed include Christmas, Easter, Halloween, pretty much all popular holidays. It also includes some famous mysterious dates such as April 19 when many famous tragedies have happened. The book does explain April 19 as being an occult holiday and makes a lot of sense when viewed that way. It does talk a lot about ...more
Interesting collection of the usual references showing the synergistic development of modern holidays. The author clearly feels that all pagan elements should be expurgated from Christian practice, and Christians should return to the practices of the first century. It's an impractical goal at best. Sadly, while he sited lots of references to early scripture, the references to paganism are fairly standard.