• Why are there Christmas movies on every year in July?

    Best answer: Christmas in July. It's a Hallmark promotion to sell their ornaments. I hate it myself. I just can't watch Christmas movies in the summer.
    Best answer: Christmas in July. It's a Hallmark promotion to sell their ornaments. I hate it myself. I just can't watch Christmas movies in the summer.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • What do you want for Christmas 2017?

    Best answer: I am satisfied with what my dad gives me. I have no demand.
    Best answer: I am satisfied with what my dad gives me. I have no demand.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why was December 25th chosen as the date for Christmas? Was Jesus really born that date?

    Best answer: Nobody knows when he was born. The Church chose that date centuries ago in order to have a focal point of Christ's incarnation. It is not really about a birthday, it is about celebrating that God became man and lived among us. The feast of the incarnation.
    Best answer: Nobody knows when he was born. The Church chose that date centuries ago in order to have a focal point of Christ's incarnation. It is not really about a birthday, it is about celebrating that God became man and lived among us. The feast of the incarnation.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • POLL----Are you into the Christmas mood yet this year?

    Best answer: Not entirely. I have done some Christmas shopping this weekend.
    Best answer: Not entirely. I have done some Christmas shopping this weekend.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • When is Christmas this year and why does it change every year whereas Thanksgiving is always the same date?

    Best answer: You have it backwards. Christmas is always the same date, December 25, and Thanksgiving is always the fourth Thursday in November, which date changes every year.
    Best answer: You have it backwards. Christmas is always the same date, December 25, and Thanksgiving is always the fourth Thursday in November, which date changes every year.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • POLL----What are your Christmas Plans?

    Best answer: Same as most years , spend the time with my family.
    Best answer: Same as most years , spend the time with my family.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I avoid getting Polio on Christmas?

    Best answer: Don't be a child before the 1960s.
    Best answer: Don't be a child before the 1960s.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Christmas is coming - when do you start your shopping and how do you decide what to get folks on your list?

    Best answer: To answer when I start shopping is the easy one - I try to start in August, That way I can make purchases over a period of months and that helps working within my budget. The hard part is deciding what to get - that varies between flat asking them, asking others if they had mentioned anything, and just knowing... show more
    Best answer: To answer when I start shopping is the easy one - I try to start in August, That way I can make purchases over a period of months and that helps working within my budget.
    The hard part is deciding what to get - that varies between flat asking them, asking others if they had mentioned anything, and just knowing what they are generally interested in. Movie passes and other gift cards being an option really helps for those that are impossible to otherwise buy for.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Have you ever opened Christmas presents by yourself?
  • Are you glad it is almost Christmas?

    Best answer: Yes I can't wait
    Best answer: Yes I can't wait
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I CAN'T WAIT FOR CHRISTMAS?

    do you agree?
    do you agree?
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are you looking forward to Christmas ?

    I so am
    I so am
    22 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What if on Christmas there is an earthquake where I have family in California and they are missing? How can I still have a good Christmas?

    Best answer: ask them to send you your present early to beat the x-mas rush
    Best answer: ask them to send you your present early to beat the x-mas rush
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to make Christmas come faster!!?

    Best answer: You can't make the calendar go faster but each day you can do something to get ready for Christmas. Write out your Christmas card list. When you go out shopping keep an eye out for gifts for the people on your Christmas gift list. Look for Christmas decorating kits and make some nice ornaments for your tree.... show more
    Best answer: You can't make the calendar go faster but each day you can do something to
    get ready for Christmas. Write out your Christmas card list. When you go out
    shopping keep an eye out for gifts for the people on your Christmas gift list.
    Look for Christmas decorating kits and make some nice ornaments for your
    tree. Look at holiday cook books and find some Christmas cookies you like and
    back a test batch.Play Christmas music and movies.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • If Christmas was meant to be celebrated, why isn't the date mentioned in the Bible?

    Best answer: a sizable number of people who believe in Jesus reject the Yuletide traditions. Why? They point to at least four reasons. First, they do not believe that Jesus was born in either December or January. The Bible does not give a specific date. A second reason: The only event Jesus specifically instructed his... show more
    Best answer: a sizable number of people who believe in Jesus reject the Yuletide traditions. Why? They point to at least four reasons.

    First, they do not believe that Jesus was born in either December or January. The Bible does not give a specific date.

    A second reason: The only event Jesus specifically instructed his followers to commemorate was his death, not his birth, and this was to be done as a simple communion meal. Luke 22:19, 20 Note, too, that the Gospels of Mark and John are silent about Jesus’ birth.

    A third reason: There is no historical evidence that the early Christians celebrated the birth of the Christ. But they did memorialize his death. 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 It was not until more than 300 years after Jesus’ birth that Christendom officially began to observe Christmas on December 25.

    fourth reason: The unsavory origin of the celebration itself. The roots of Christmas can be traced back to pagan Rome with its mixture of festivals for honoring the agricultural god Saturn and the sun god.

    coauthors of the book Pagan Christmas, write: Like many pre-Christian customs and beliefs, the old feast commemorating the yearly return of the sun was rededicated to the birth of Christ.

    can you see why true Christians do not celebrate Christmas?

    Millions were brought into the church from Paganism. But the change was mostly in name, for the pagan priests became christian priests and the pagan holidays came to be called by christian names Christmas being one of these holidays.
    103 answers · 1 month ago