And the Christians have yet to prove he did. Go back and read the history of the bible. No one can even PROVE God had a hand in writing it. It is pretty much an accepted fact it was written by many people - that say they heard it from God (heresay) - but their were generations before it was written down and it has been said that more then likely, everyone added their interpretations to it over those generations.
Plus, you are further proving pk's theory. This is your religion and your bible. Not everyone out there follows your religion and your bible. There are all types of religious beliefs. Just because your movement is big and well organized, does not automatically mean it is the only theory or the one and only correct one.
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How can you be a Christian, and not CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS!?!?!
Hello?!?! It's about the birth of Christ!?!?!
Wow, hmmm.. PK is right, your family has lead you down a VERY odd path.
I hope for your sake you can get out and enjoy life, and not be so sheltered by your parents views on life and God!
You don't have to follow your parents beliefs, you CAN be your own person. In fact I insist you do be your own person, because the world doesn't need anymore people like your dad!
We do not all practice under the same faith or religion. Practice the faith that you believe but also realize that everyone is not you and not only see things differently but have lived a different life and circumstances.
I'm HINDU, and WE celebrated Christmas every year!
If the early church could celebrate the resurrection without a specific command from God, why is it that people can not celebrate Christmas just because it is not in the bible
My grandma is extremely religious yet she does't celebrate Christmas either while my family does. She thinks Jesus may not have actually been born on December 25th, it's not really about celebrating his birth, and it was actually created by non-Christians. Point is, people have their own interpretation of the bible and we should respect that. Just as we are asking for understanding and toleration, we should return that to Carrie&Taylor instead of criticizing her for not celebrating Christmas and for having "strange" beliefs.
It's just uncommon, that's all. I also think it's possible to celebrate Christmas as a purely secular holiday, anyway. If you're Christian, it adds a religious dimension. If not, it's just about family and good food. Lord knows we can use with any excuse to bring family closer
Well, it made it to the cover of AOl.com
The comments are all positive so far.
Hopefully, this will simply expand her outreach. there were alot of people hesitant to embrace her as a singer because of thier own biases and assumptions about "who she would be as a person". and this somehow creates a more diverse individual that more liberal minded people will now be able to see with a more open mind.
I do actually think that she will gain more than she will lose in the end.
Yes, it makes a very big difference.
You know this whole thing is really starting to bother me.
the more and more I am reading the comments even on this site. I realize that there are alot of people out there are are just really awful.
And I don't understand how it is specifically christians.
How are christians ever going to teach the world about christs love if they are so mean and ugly.
They know gays are perscuted, they know they are emotionally tortured. And they actually feed on it.
they actually celebrate it.
They will throw away the kindness and generosity of someone like Carrie Underwood just so they can continue to hate people.
Jesus, Take the Wheel!!
Just to make a brief comment:
I celebrate Christmas, but I don't know why we do. Jesus did not ask for us to celebrate His birth, but he did ask for us to celebrate His death. Also, Jesus was not born on December 25th. It's just an agreed date.
I want a christmas album BAD!