Christmas, the Highest Form of Praise

By admin On December 30th, 2021

There is a saying in the world, which goes…”Imitation is the highest form of praise”

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One of the most revered holidays is the Christmas holiday (or, “holy-day”). It is celebrated in many nations of the world, by Christians and non-Christians alike!

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But where did Christmas come from? Where and when did Christmas come into being?

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Well, Hislop’s book, “The Two Babylons” presents the history of Christmas, and how it originally came from ancient Babylon, as a day celebrating Babylonian gods. But during the rise of the Church of Rome, that apostate organization, in colaboration with pagan Rome began to mingle various Babylonian holidays into Christianity, thinking to appeal to a wider audience and following within that apostate church. Thus, both Easter and Christmas are rooted in paganism. The Bible even speaks of Easter as a day to celebrate the resurrection of the god, Tammuz, in which the Hebrew women went gathered at sunrise to weep for that pagan deity just prior to his rising from the dead.

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But Christmas was a day in which another pagan god was celebrated

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And of course, Satan, made sure that both these pagan holy-days had enough similarity to the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ to make such a transfer into Christianity very easy!

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And Hislop’s book, “The Two Babylons makes very distinct, the connection with the Church of Rome to ancient, pagan Babylon…thus his title, “The TWO Babylons”.

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Now, the main purpose of this article is to showcase how the Protestant churches never completely came out from under the authoritarian rule of the Church of Rome. Oh yes, they discarded much of Rome’s traditions, such as the deification of Mary, Mother of Jesus. And they did away with the “paying of Indulgences” to get their loved ones freed from the netherworld dungeon, called Hell.

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But tragically, the Protestant churches clung to these holy-days (and also, the false doctrine of eternal torment, another false church-doctrine created by the Roman Catholic Church).

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And the point to be made today, is that by celebrating these Roman Catholic holy-days, the Christian community is actually praising the Church of Rome. Yes, “imitation is the highest form of praise”. And by using pagan terminology, such as “The Trinity” (which Hislop proved originated from the worship of the triune Fish-god of Babylon and found its way into Catholicism), the Protestant churches no longer protested that apostate religion but continued to drink of her intoxicating wine of false doctrines!

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And don’t imagine for one moment that this imitation by Christians has escaped the notice of the Catholic Church. Not for one moment! But rather Catholics undoubtedly use such a praise-worthy imitation as proof that they are the true chosen church of God! Thus, the Protestant church are unknowingly causing millions of deceived worldlings to join the Catholic Church, the very same church which persecuted, tortured, imprisoned, and murdered perhaps, millions of Christians during those long, bloody centuries called The Dark Ages of Europe!

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Yes, when we imitate the world, we unknowingly give praise to “the god of this world”, Satan!

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The Good News is that instead of praising the Church of Rome, and instead of praising the World, God is just now giving us opportunity to come out of Babylon, and begin praising our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Yes, by throwing off the stench of our world-loving ways, and purifying ourselves into the glorious image of Christ, we can become changed into vessels of gold, praising our Lord in all we think, do, and say, wherever we go!

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