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Observance of Holy Days

James Dodson

A sign of the times when Christ and the Mass were both held in disrepute. Celebrating ecclesiastical holy days, vulgarly called holidays, is contrary to our covenanted true Reformed religion. By reason of their associations, they are "Nehushtan" and must be destroyed root and branch. There is no such thing as a secular (or family) observance, it is just plain idolatry.

A sign of the times when Christ and the Mass were both held in disrepute. Celebrating ecclesiastical holy days, vulgarly called holidays, is contrary to our covenanted true Reformed religion. By reason of their associations, they are "Nehushtan" and must be destroyed root and branch. There is no such thing as a secular (or family) observance, it is just plain idolatry.

ANTI-OBSERVANCE OF HOLY DAYS OF MAN HOMEPAGE.

"The PRELATE, by his doctrine, practice, example, and neglect of discipline, declareth that he hath no such reverend estimation of the Sabbath. He doteth so upon the observation of Pasche [Easter], and Yule [Christ-mass], and festival days appointed by men, that he preferreth them to the Sabath, and hath turned to nothing our solemn fasts and blessed humiliations."—David Calderwood, The Pastor and the Prelate. (1628).

 

WORKS AGAINST HOLY DAYS OF MAN: 

 

CHAPTER III.-Against Profane Christ-mass Keeping.-1687-Increase Mather (1639-1723).-A chapter devoted to the history and superstition of Christmas keeping showing that it is far from being either an innocent or a Christian observance.

Christmas.-1851-Anonymous.-An article explaining why Reformed Presbyterians do not celebrate "Christmas" and why you should not either, if you are a Christian.

Christmas Trees.-1874-Anonymous.-An article treating the superstitious use and abuse of trees in the celebrating of "Christmas."

Faith in Christmas.-1876-Anonymous.-A scathing but brief attack on those who celebrate "Christmas" as a religious observance.

Christmas.-1879-Anonymous.-A popular survey of reasons that Christians should not celebrate the false religious holy day called "Christmas."