The Pagan Worshipers Of Mithra Celebrated The Birthday Of The Sun On December 25

“Each day in the week, the planet to which the day was sacred was invoked in a fixed spot in the crypt; and Sunday, over which the Sun presided, was especially holy . .

“The rites which they [the Mithraists] practised ofered numerous analogies . . They also held Sunday sa- cred, and celebrated the birth of the Sun [god] on the 25th of December.”—Franz Cumont, the Mysteries of Mithra, Trans. by T.J. McCormack, 167, 191.

Christmas, Easter, and Halloween

by Vance Ferrell



Santa vs Christ Comes in the night vs Comes as a thief in the night –> 2 Peter 3:10, 1 Thess 5:2 Dressed in white and red vs Clothed in white and red –> Rev 19:13-14, Isa 63:1-3 Brings gifts and rewar

The pagan Romans exchanged food, small statues of gods, and trinkets to one another during the winter festival. The church, in adopting the custom, declared that this is to be done on December 25. “Th

The Yule log did not come from the Bible, nor from Near Eastern paganism. It came from heathen Celtic worship practices in Britain. The Celts also worshiped the sun, and they too had a celebration at