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  • by Frank Dunkle, David Cobb
Many aspects of traditional Christianity - holidays, practices and doctrines - came not from Christ or the Bible but from ancient pagan religion.
  • by Gary Petty
Paganism is inclusive. True Christianity, once called the Way, is not. Its original followers passionately rejected the concepts and practices of religions not based on the Bible. What does that mean for you?
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  • by Jerold Aust
If you discovered that Christmas had nothing to do with Jesus Christ's birth and actually predates that event by centuries, would you still celebrate the holiday? And if you realized that the Bible reveals Holy Days commanded by God, would you celebrate them instead?
  • by Good News
Although it is difficult to determine the first time anyone celebrated Dec. 25 as Christmas, historians are in general agreement that it was sometime during the fourth century.
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  • by Jerold Aust
Millions send Valentine’s Day cards to express their affection for someone special. But how did this holiday originate? And does Valentine’s Day represent what true love is all about?
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  • by Good News
Constantine's reign as Roman emperor (A.D. 306-337) dramatically changed the direction of Christianity, though in ways far different from those portrayed in The Da Vinci Code.
  • by Good News
While The Da Vinci Code contains many outright fabrications about the history of Christianity, it does contain a few shocking statements that are true.
  • by Jerold Aust
What do evergreen trees, reindeer, mistletoe and yule logs have to do with the birth of Jesus Christ? And was He really born on Dec. 25? You need to discover the real history of Christmas!
  • by Gary Petty
A few years ago a Time-magazine poll revealed that 81 percent of Americans believe in a heaven where people live forever with God after they die. But do these beliefs square with the Bible?
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  • by Jerold Aust
Most people know the Bible doesn't mention—much less sanctify—Christmas. Does it make any difference as long as it's intended to honor God and bring families together?
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  • by Good News
In recent years eye-opening materials have been published about the questionable background of Halloween.