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If Christ Wasn’t Born on December 25th, why do Christians Still Celebrate that day?

Core Christianity

Christian talk radio with Pastor Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier

December 24, 2019

Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer caller questions. Key questions answered in today's show: 1. If Christ wasn't born on December 25, why do Christians celebrate Christmas? Jesus never told us to celebrate Christmas. Since these are things that are lies, are Christians promoting lies? 2. I know Christmas is extremely commercialized and focuses more on getting gifts over the birth of Christ. My husband and I are very intentional about keeping Christ in Christmas when we celebrate with our kids. But I’m just wondering, am I sending mixed signals if I take my kids to see Santa? 3. What does it mean in 2 Corinthians when it says, “we used to regard Christ according to the flesh”? Is it saying that we shouldn’t be thinking about the human nature of Jesus after his resurrection?  4. How does the Gospel apply to someone who has been a victim of domestic violence?  5. How do we deal with sinful immaturity in the Church?

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