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Cue the Semi-Educated, Liberal Attacks on Easter as Pagan

Wherewithall Wrote: Mar 31, 2013 4:45 PM
hot...I am quite advanced when it comes to understanding biblical mysteries...However there are millions upons millions of bible mysteries that I do not understand. With that said the birthdate of Jesus occurred on the 14th day of the 7th month of tishrei. Hebrew calendar. This is the day before the Feast of Tabernacles. This also is why they could not find any lodging because everyone from all around filled up all the hotels & motel rooms. Also he was born on a Wednesday at noon with an eclipse of the full moon occurring on the opposite side of the earth during his birth hence the verse God divides the light form the darkness. A full moon always occurs the day before tabernacles begins. Do not celebrate his birth as even that is pagan.

CabinBoy388 wrote: An Easter egg roll without Jesus or religion. Horror upon horrors! How on earth can we ever celebrate the resurrection of Christ without linking it to a Pagan fairy tale? - Obamacare: "Driving Up Unemployment and Insurance Costs Since 2010™"

Dear Comrade Cabin Boy,

Cue the semi-educated liberal who tries to denigrate Christianity by tying it to paganism without any context at all. As usual, your comments make you sound like you have some sort of a thought disorder. Of course you do, but since you’re an unmedicated liberal, it’s to be expected.