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#4 - iamblastoise
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(01/11/2012) [-]
Jesus was not born on December 25th   
   
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Jesus was not born on December 25th

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#5 to #4 - anon
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(01/11/2012) [-]
Then what are you celebrating on that day? The birthday of Santa Claus?
#11 to #5 - lazardragon
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#9 to #5 - waba
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#6 to #5 - anon
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(01/11/2012) [-]
Foolish moron. christmas has not a single thing to do with christ. In the bible it is projected that jesus may have been born around june.

Christmas is basically the christian version of the Winter Solstice. The pagans celebrated the Winter Solstice and were allowed basically a week a lawlessness. The christian church, ever the faithful, decided if they invented a holiday similar to the Winter Solstice they could convert more pagans. Even decorating the tree is a pagan tradition, they would decorate trees in the forest though, not bring them home.

Do some research before you try to mock others with sarcasm.
Nerded.
#8 to #6 - bigdaddyjack
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Jesus was a Pices, that's where the fish symbol comes from, which put his birth sometime in between February 19 and March 20th or . Also, he represents the age of Pices, just as Moses represented the age of Aries. Everything in the bible can be broken down into Pagan symbolism.
#14 to #8 - eggstatic
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(01/12/2012) [-]
I am a pisces also, therefore Im jesus, therefore I can do anything I want, such as turn water into wine or feed the poor but instead I choose to walk on water, nay I decide to walk the dinosaur
#19 to #6 - ogomer ONLINE
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The tradition of bringing the trees into the houses began in Scandinavia as a Norse tradition. This tradition lived on after the people converted to Christianity and was later adopted into the American culture when many Scandinavians migrated. This in turn developed into the tradition we have today, all over the world.
#18 to #6 - lordbrauner
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(01/12/2012) [-]
The way I understand it is that Romans mixed their holiday 'Saturnalia', with the Pagan holiday during the same time roughly for easier assimilation into Roman dominance? Like, a Pagan is more likely to bend his knee to the Emperor if he is allowed to celebrate his traditional holidays or some ****.

I unno. Words confuse me sometimes.
#7 to #6 - anon
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(01/11/2012) [-]
just get inside me.
#13 - midnightman
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#2 - iamtheliquor [OP]
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(01/11/2012) [-]
Im down for it
#1 - perfectinsanity
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(01/11/2012) [-]
I lol'd


(Jesus thread?)
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#10 to #3 - waba
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#17 - newmainman
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<---- HOLY ****! IT'S A SPIDER!
<---- HOLY ****! IT'S A SPIDER!
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#15 - sublimettt
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(01/12/2012) [-]
YES! others know!
#12 - buffalogals
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(01/12/2012) [-]
Hm wonder where you took this from.