Dec 202012

Mark Hasiuk chastises the "politically correct" nimrods who ceaselessly try to remove Christmas from our culture – a culture based on Christian values. Included in this PC rabble are soft-hearted / soft-headed so-called Christians who have lost the meaning and spirit of Christ's revolutionary ministry to save the world.

  3 Responses to “The Mark Hasiuk Show: Scrubbing Christmas Off the Face of the Earth”

  1. Mark, Christmas is supposed to commemorate the biblical celebration of the birth of our Creator’s son. No where in the bible is Christmas mentioned.
    It is an artificial creation and its propagation is based on misleading theology.
    Jesus whose Hebrew name is Yahshua or Yahoshua was not born on December 25. He was born in the fall.
    December 25 was the birth of the pagan Sun God.
    The bible purposely does not identify the date of the birth because our Creator did not want it identified. The more important date is the date of Yahshua’s death on the cross, which is specific in the bible.
    None of the early Christian celebrated Christmas.
    The “Christmas” name comes from the Catholic “Christ’s Mass”.Very very few today celebrate this date as a mass.
    There were no “we three kings of oriental”. They were astronomers.
    And it goes on and on and on.
    So yes it is a seasonal holiday which Christmas has all to do with buying gifts and piling on credit card debt.
    It is also sad that when Christmas is over, the benevolence of helping the poor and homeless is forgotten for another year.

    Enjoy you holiday. By the way, the word holiday comes from “holy day”

  2. Putting all the pagan mythology and nit-picky when-was-Jesus-really-born? nonsense aside, Christmas has been the celebration of the birth of Christ since the 4th century. Ramadan, Hanukkah, and other non-Christian holidays seem to get their due respect from today’s politically correct anti-Christians, but woe is the person who wishes someone a “Merry Christmas”! And I don’t know what planet you’re from, but Christmas Mass (like Easter Mass) is attended by the majority of the 2 billion Christians world-wide each year. If someone chooses to not celebrate this Christian holiday, they can just go to work on Christmas Day and stop trying to censor the religious freedom of others. Merry Christmas, Mark!

  3. Mark 7: verse 7 “Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of man”

    Mark 7: verse 9 “And he said unto them, ‘full well ye reject the commandments of God that ye may keep your own traditions.'”

    Who said, that ? The same messiah the Christian world calls Jesus.

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