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Is Easter or Christmas A Holy Day?

Posted by Bible Knowledge Online Revelation Theology and Bible Study on December 12, 2011 at 2:05 PM

What do you believe on this subject?

Categories: General Theology

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Reply Pedro of san juan
2:36 AM on December 4, 2012 
For my knoledge knows that easter was the days after the passover ended the jews celebrated the crucifiction of the messiah and said the only king we want is ceaser for til all days jesus was denied every day he was denied and all days he preached so he is holy every day
Reply David
6:09 PM on July 4, 2012 
Easter and Christmas, Halloween , new year eve is all Pagan holidays.
Jesus never celebrated any of these holidays.

Jesus was not born DEC 25 he was born Sept /Oct " feast of Tabernacle"

Father god never said to celebrate Jesus birth but to remember hid death
I believe that the Bible that the stronger faith believes that there are no special or holy days. Believing in holy days is not a sin as the Bible specifies that each should be fully persuaded in their own beliefs. Just as in the same passage that states that it is sin for a man to eat in offense if he does not believe the same would apply here. If a person believes in holy days then it would be sin for them not to follow it. The New Testament teaches us though with the words, "he that is weak in the faith." The Bible states that the strong should bare the infirmities of the weak. Romans 14 pretty much sums up this topic. Honoring holy days or not honoring them-either way it is ok but the stronger understanding is that everyday is a holy day. God bless you in the truth of His Word!