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Christmas is Subversive…

…at least the first Christmas was.

When Jesus came it was about the birth of a subversive ruler who brought a subversive kingdom. He is a king that came to introduce a reign that would overthrow the world.

Click here for a brief reflection by Greg on Subversive Christmas, brought to you by Nomad.

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