Hanukkah, Christmas, & Krampus, Part 4
The miracle of Hanukkah inspires Christians to stand against the infiltration of darkness, godlessness, and paganism invading America. It is a warning of what can happen if we allow political liberalism and evangelistic inclusivism put out the candle of the Gospel like the ancient Jews did.
The incarnation of the Son of God is why we celebrate Christmas It is the miracle of redemption when the Word of God became flesh and dwelt among us. Yet, today, not only is Christmas secularized, snuffing out every reference to Jesus, it is becoming demonized by a generation of scorners who have defiled Christmas into a Halloween theme. They celebrate “Krampus,” a two-horned half-goat god, even changing the lyrics of holy carols into profane mockery.
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