Christmas, a humbug?!
Personally, I wouldn't mind spending Christmas on Christmas Island or anywhere far, far away!
Are you tired of hearing about the miracles of Christ by now? Well, I sure am.
It's a humbug, I say, and a humbug still!
So this week, let's take a good close look at how Their Savior, Jesus Christ, Their Lord never actually existed. Let's compare his story to the hundreds?, thousands? of Pagan Savior Gods who bear remarkable similarities to Christ.
After that, I'm going to explain The Three Kings to you. No, they weren't actually kings, they didn't actually come from some place, and they weren't stupid enough to think that gold, frankinsence and myrh are appropriate gifts for a newborn baby.
Be well. Do good. Enjoy the show!
Some of the music you'll hear on this weeks show include Bob Atcher and the Dinning Sisters: "Christmas Island"; Dar Williams: "The Christians and the Pagans"; Shawn Phillips: "Times of a Madman and Trials of a Theif"; The Ventures: "Frosty the Snowman"; Velvet Hammer: "We Do Not Die" and more.
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