hollow days I think that Pastor Andrew Webb's Strange Fire and Profane Worship Why We Don't Observe Holy Days would be a good sermon to listen to when it comes to the discussion of "holy" days. Also I don't think that it's an issue so much as to which day (and I would prefer to use the numerical value when referring to days and months)that one chooses to observe so much as it is still remains that it is antithetical to Scripture and what the holy days were for (a foreshadowing)..Christ has come and has risen.This is something that we should constantly be mindful of on a daily basis. Further,as much as americans like to change meanings of words, no one can escape that the word "christmas" means the mass of christ..an oxymoron.Even if one chooses to celebrate with the proper motive and doesn't participate in mass, they are still participating in what is called the mass of christ simply by using the word.Christians don't have the license to err;we're supposed to be grounded in truth.And the Scripture that Paul gave to the Galatians in reference to liberty was not in reference to those things which are sinful or erroneous. He was trying to warn the Galatians from going back to the Jewish rituals and observances which were a precursor to Jesus Christ.
Great debate post Kristina Finda has been a great addition to the News In Focus program. I'm especially pleased with the series of debates she's been posting, debates I would've otherwise never heard. She's quickly becoming one of my go to sources for quick, relevant and important information. Thanks to Trevor Hammack for bringing her on to the team!
I do appreciate feedback however, simply saying the first lesson was better, does not provide me any meaningful feedback it simply expresses and opinion and you know what they say about opinions? Everyone has one