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Christmas trees:Do you think getting a tree is for nominal Christians and not bible believing ones?

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Christmas trees:Do you think getting a tree is for nominal Christians and not bible believing ones?

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I am reconsidering getting a tree this year because it really has no relevance to the true meaning of Christmas; which is Jesus’ birth of course. Please don’t get nasty, just your 2 cents. Thanks. Also if you will please also state your level of commitment to your faith. I am a Bible believing Christian. I guess it wasn’t clear. A: Firstly the biblical reference to cutting down a tree is about idolatry . It talks about a piece of wood being cut from the forest, then a craftsman working on it, then it being covered in silver and gold, then erected and worshipped. Nothing like a Christmas tree. The earliest Christmas trees were hung with fruit and nuts. Next – the origin of the Christmas Tree. There is NO record of any pagan religion ever erecting and decorating a tree. The earliest references are from 16th century Northern Europe, well into the Christian era. The 24th December used to be the feast of Adam and Eve – it still is in the Orthodox church – and a prop in the mystery play perf

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