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4.Paganism in a Christian Disguise Part 2.

25th of December Today, it is Christ’s birth that is celebrated on December 25th, established by the Roman Catholic Church. But was Jesus really born on the 25th of December, or does this public holiday also belong to the sun god? In Babylon, the god Tammuz was worshipped in the form of a child, “Born […]

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3. PAGANISM IN A CHRISTIAN DISGUISE:Part 1

Sun Worship When Christians increased in numbers, they experienced great persecution in Rome. The remains of the famous Colesseum still lie as a witness of the cru-elties that once took place. The number of Christian’s who ended their lives by being torn apart by lions, as entertainment in colesseums and arenas, total approximately 80 000!The […]

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2. PONTIFEX MAXIMUS:

“The dragon which gave power to the beast”. The following Scripture is well known from the story of the birth of Messiah, “And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed” (Luke 2:1). Augustus was a name that the first […]

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