I regard Christian and Jewish fundamentalism, and all other forms of fundamentalism, as the enemies of God - and I hope you'll quote me on that.
My parents were early converts to Christianity in my part of Nigeria. They were not just converts; my father was an evangelist, a religious teacher. He and my mother traveled for thirty-five years to different parts of Igboland, spreading the gospel.
I'm not religious, and I'm not a Christian, but I do reserve the right to believe in the possibility of a god.
I throw a Christmas party at my house. It's not really a Christmas party, because I don't want to call it a Christmas party. But let's just say I put a lot of Christmas trees around the house, so it smells good.
I am, first of all, a Christian and, secondly, a person with very very serious personal opinion, so I'm motivated by many many things and, certainly, not by the need or desire to satisfy other people's ideas of who I am.
I'm not going to tell you to meditate on what Christmas really means and be thankful.
As a Christian, we can't stand on the sidelines with no team jersey or team colors to show our allegiance to Christ.
Your example should be stellar among your friends, associates, family, teachers, co-workers, and other Christians.
Christmas is a Christian holiday, and any self-respecting person of another religion should not celebrate a holiday that they don't believe in. Clearly, Christ is in the name of the holiday, so there should be a belief in Him.
Giving is a really big thing around Christmas, as well it should be. Christmas is about giving, and it all stems from the greatest gift the world has ever received - the gift of Jesus Christ.
Peace is a gift that is embodied through the Holy Spirit through the acceptance of Christ.
The word of God is very important to Christmas. For unto us a child was born, and we should be reminded of how Christ's amazing journey came to be.
Voting is a right that has been given to every American; however, as Christ followers, our votes should reflect our God.
There is a lot to celebrate about that little Babe who was laid in a manger. Christians celebrate Christmas because they are thankful for the promise of salvation, which was delivered in human flesh and named Jesus.
God has given His children a love that is so great in Christ that the world can't touch it with chocolates, roses, or diamonds.
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