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Is Christmas a Pagan Holiday?

I have heard that Jesus wasn’t really born in December and that he wasn’t born on Christmas because Christmas is actually a pagan holiday. Is it true that Christians today worship a Pagan holiday thinking they are worshiping the actual birthday of Jesus Christ? —E., US Thank you for contacting …

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Enjoy Free Christmas Chapters from The 10-Minute Bible Journey

The 10-Minute Bible Journey is an exciting resource that we’re thrilled to carry. Dale Mason, publisher of Answers Magazine and author of this book, goes through the Bible chronologically in 52 reads. Each section is packed with apologetics and historical background information that will bring the biblical text to life. …

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Do Christmas Trees Have Pagan Roots?

Perhaps you remember hearing or singing this song, originally written in German as O Tannenbaum and later translated into English? O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, How steadfast are your branches! Your boughs are green in summer’s clime And through the snows of wintertime. O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, …

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Are Creationists Trying to Stop “Sound Science Education”?

AU is really a group (just like the FFRF) that bullies those who don’t agree with them, trying to impose their anti-God religion of evolution on all students.</strong> They want every child to believe they’re just animals and that life is ultimately meaningless (the logical outcome of an evolutionary, atheistic …

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Pro-Life: Beyond Abortion

When I first saw him, he looked small and forlorn as he stood in the doorway of the orphanage office. His shaved head and mismatched clothing betrayed his orphaned status. He gripped the fingers of his caregiver and glanced tentatively at the others in the room. I was struck by …

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Underwater Christmas

This miniature underwater Christmas tree shows how wonderfully God blends the beautiful with the practical. You’ll find these festive decorations year-round on coral reefs all over the world. They’re actually the feeding and breathing organs of Spirobranchus giganteus, the Christmas tree worm. It’s all there in the name—Spirobranchus, or “spiral …

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Creating Order from Disorder?

Researchers from the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) in Australia, have identified what they have termed “Structural Capacitance Elements” (abbreviated as SCEs hereafter) in mutated proteins that are associated with many different types of human diseases, often a range of cancers. These proteins are inherently “disordered,” having little definite structure. …

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