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Christmas vs. Easter (2) Mon, Dec 29, 2008
I've always felt that Christmas is an overdone holiday.  Sure there's the consumerism and selfishness and all that stuff.  But in religious terms, the death of Jesus Christ (Easter) is far more important than the birth (Christmas).  Of course, without the birth, there would have been no death.  But that's circular logic.  The point is that the death of Jesus Christ allowed for the salvation of all mankind.  That's the event we should be celebrating.  Not some inaccurate estimation of his birth date. #religion

Comments:
Dave Brown Mon, Dec 29, 2008
I would say the resurrection (Easter).

Dave Mon, Dec 29, 2008
You're right.  That's what I meant.  Jesus' death is "celebrated" on Good Friday.  His resurrection, on Easter.


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