The Deepest Reality of Christmas
Christmas is about so much more than what our culture has made it to be. It’s about the unraveling and reversing of the curse. It’s about the coming of God to us in love and humility. That’s the real gift and the deepest reality of Christmas. Bless you all today as you reflect on these things.
Greg and the ReKnew Team
Greg discusses the origins of our celebration of Christmas and whether Christians should celebrate it given its pagan origins. Plus, he gives us some interesting new lyrics to the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Have fun!
This is the second of several videos Greg put together to refute Bart Ehrman’s claims published in the article What Do We Really Know About Jesus? If you missed it, you can catch the first installment here.
Bless you all as you celebrate the birth of Jesus today. Here’s another song by Eustace the Dragon to celebrate. Ten Grinches, plus two by Eustace the Dragon Said the night wind to the little lamb, “Do you see what I see? Way up in the sky, little lamb, Do you see what I see?…
Steve Rhodes via Compfight Here’s a really funny and informative blog post by Peter Enns. We don’t want to give too much away, but it involves, Santa, St. Nicholas and Samuel L. Jackson. How can you resist that?
On this eve of Christmas, we hope you’ll be blessed by these children. Apparently, this is how they roll in New Zealand. I’m pretty sure the beach party at the end was from one of the lost gospels.
Has the Christmas story become so familiar that you’ve lost any sense of how spectacular it is? The great creator of the universe became a microscopic zygote. The all-powerful being who spoke the stars into existence came in a very small and vulnerable way. He crossed an infinite distance to become one of us. You can watch…