10 Interesting Christmas Facts (Part-2)
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- Easting Kentucky Fried Chicken Is A Christmas Tradition For Many Japanese
- Brenda Lee Was Just 13 Years Old When She Recorded “Rockin Around The Christmas Tree”
- Poinsettas Are Not Poisonous
- The ‘X’ in Xmas Doesn’t Take The Christ Out Of Christmas
- The Song “Silver Bells” Was Originally Called “Tinkle Bell”
- The Candy Cane Story
- ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ was based on a Christmas Card Short Story By Philip Van Doren Stern
- The Poem The Night Before Christmas Was Published Anonymously
- The Guy Who Did The Voice For Tony The Tiger Also Sang “You’re A Mean One Mr. Grinch”
- The Real George Bailey Who Founded Bank Of Italy Which Became Bank Of America
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Christmas does not relate in any way, shape or form to the birth of a child in Bethlehem.
The exact date is unknown of a baby born under the promoted circumstances.
The date, December 25 is not the original Christmas Day.
The giving of gifts should only be for children who have been good all year.
An American owner of a large department store created a large, fat, jolly man in a red suit with the name Santa Claus.
This is the most stupid, absurd statement I have read- the very word Christmas- means, refers to ,the Mass of Christ, His Nativity, His birth(in Bethlehem) see the prophecy in Micah of the Old Testament.As for gifts- everyone likes them and God’s gift of His Son is needed for everyone(John 3:16)
As for a Fat Jolly Santa- look up the artist Thomas Nast, @ the Civil War times. Merry Christmas to all.
wrong in so many ways- The very term Christmas refers to the Nativity of Christ – Christ’s Mass in the Catholic Church, in Bethlehem- see the prophecy in Old Testament, Micah. As for gift for children only=- we are all God’s children to whom God gave His great gift- His Son (St. John 3:16) we all need that gift.
As for a fat Jolly Santa- that was popularized by cartoonist Thomas Nast @ the time of the Civil War