The origin and symbolism of the Christmas tree, and how it came to be a part of the celebration of Christ's birth.
Pagans, same question.
Answer by NotPanicking at 6:00 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
Answer by sahmamax2 at 5:04 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 5:38 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 5:17 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 5:08 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
Answer by ceallaigh at 6:34 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
Answer by Kaelansmom at 4:52 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
We all know it all has something to do with some Pagan holiday. Since I'm not Pagan, and really don't care to learn anything about it, I don't know.
Wow! What a fantastic example to set for your kid(s)!!
I've often wondered and maybe you can answer the question ... IS ignorance REALLY bliss??
Answer by SpiritedWitch at 6:42 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
Perhaps, jaycie, since you have no interest in learning about other customs and religions, you might want to consider keeping your opinions to yourself. If you have no dog in this fight, as you have not the slightest interest in anything but Christianity, then you probably shouldn't be throwing out chum to rile up those who do have an interest in it. You have nothing to offer here, by your own admission. If you are content in your ignorance, then leave the question alone, and find the posts that deal only with the marvels of Christianity.
Answer by jsbenkert at 5:35 PM on Oct. 17, 2010
Answer by Laura2U at 5:40 PM on Oct. 17, 2010