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Discussion in 'Church Calendar and Pretended Holy Days' started by nickipicki123, Dec 6, 2018.
Because it'll be another year before I have to see more debates about Xmas
What could be more fun than Boxing Day?
But... Is Boxing Day biblical?
It will be returns galore at work. But thank the good Lord that the dozen Christmas songs in a continuous loop will be over!!!
Retail has turned me completely against Christmas.
I love Xmas! The lights, the pretty tree, the music, the food, the awesome friends and family.... it all makes me cozy rosey. Love love love it!
Sounds to me you like it more than the average Sunday.
Moderating. Let's not go down the rabbit hole of confusing a. the very well established and biblical stance against pretended holy days (this is the puritan board after all) and b. how to handle the cultural accretions which have no sacred significance. Or shouldn't have (otherwise, see part a.).
You know this very post has a likelihood of starting another debate, right?
Been there, did that! 21 years in retail will make a Scrooge/Grinch out of almost anyone.
Noooo don't do it
It is a particularly sweet time of year, but at the same time, the warmth, joy, love, closeness of friends and family, and the beauty of life should not be limited to one season. Rather, Christmas making should be continuous throughout the year and always a part of who we are, through all seasons, in the way we treasure God, life, and each other.
I believe it’s on a Monday this year. Not sure what Sunday and Xmas have in common though.
Tuesday. Christmas Eve is Monday.