When Christmas Was First Observed


“The first footsteps we find of the observation of this day are in the second century, about the time of the emperor Commodus.”—Charles Buck, A Theological Dictionary, “Christmas,” Philadelphia: Crissy and Markley, copyright 1851, 71.


Christmas, Easter, and Halloween

by Vance Ferrell

 

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