Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Time Enough For Calvary

Assessing the broad range of Christmas criticism occurring in our opinionated culture, Michael Medved, in a thoughtful column, takes issue with those who say you shouldn't talk about Christ's birth without talking about the Cross:
This seasonal recognition doesn’t mean that preachers and teachers should forever forgo all religious messages more demanding than “peace on earth to men of good will” --- but there are better occasions for those evangelical approaches than office Christmas parties (and “a time to every purpose under heaven.”) For many Americans, Christmas serves as a point of entry (or re-entry) to Godly connection...

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