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2008

Christmas photographs for photo-mosaics

by pictosaic
Access to the Santa Claus, Christmas trees, snowmen,... pictures gallery for the creation, online and free of your personnalized photo-mosaics

2005

Christian Carnival: Christmas Edition 2005

by jasontromm
It was the week before Christmas and I was using my mouse while surfing the web to buy a new house. My apartment was placed on an ad-space with care with the hopes that some buyer would pay something fair when upon reading an article at Jeremy’s site I was reminded that I was hosting the Carnival tonight!

Christian 'megapastor' blasts believers on Dec. 25 dispute

by jasontromm
With many large churches across the U.S. announcing they won't be open on Christmas Day, some pastors are defending their decision to stay closed, even going so far as to blast those who question their motives.

News from Agape Press

by jasontromm (via)
A Christian attorney says recent acts of censorship indicate Christmas is under attack in public schools across the United States. One Ohio high school principal, for example, recently renamed the school's Christmas tree and concert a "holiday tree" and a "holiday concert." Similarly, a Missouri school superintendent informed fine arts teachers in his district that an upcoming winter assembly may not include "direct references to Christmas or the birth of Jesus," and a Wisconsin school district has banned all Christian Christmas songs.

Christmas carols banned, but Hanukkah songs OK

by jasontromm
Religious-liberty attorneys have contacted a Wisconsin school district that consistently forbids Christian Christmas carols from being sung in music programs but finds nothing wrong with Hanukkah songs.

Christmas tree history

by jasontromm (via)
The fir tree has a long association with Christianity, it began in Germany almost a 1000 years ago when St Boniface, who converted the German people to Christianity, was said to have come across a group of pagans worshipping an oak tree. In anger, St Boniface is said to have cut down the oak tree and to his amazement a young fir tree sprung up from the roots of the oak tree. St Boniface took this as a sign of the Christian faith. But it was not until the 16th century that fir trees were brought indoors at Christmas time.

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