What Fellowship Hath Christ With Belial?


So here we are, in the midst of Christmas in July but outside the hubbub of the actual season. With plenty of time to think about it beforehand, why not think along with Pastor Douglas Comin, in the light of Scripture and the regulative principle of worship.

Comin Sense

An examination of the religious celebration of Christmas in light of the Scriptural duty of separation and the Regulative Principle of worship
by Douglas W. Comin

Preface

The following discourse was presented as a sermon to the congregation of the First Reformed Presbyterian Church of Beaver Falls, PA on December 22, 1991. It was not an easy message to preach. It is never easy to re-examine practices and patterns of thinking that have been presumed and taken for granted for a lifetime. It is especially difficult when these practices are associated with intense emotional feelings and are bound up with deep-rooted family traditions. Such is the case with the subject of Christmas. To even call into question the annual celebration of the birthday of Jesus Christ is inconceivable for most modern Christians. That anyone would even suggest that Christmas and its festivities have no warrant in the Word of God…

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3 thoughts on “What Fellowship Hath Christ With Belial?

  1. The problem with the celebration of Christmas is that it is a means of ecumenism, it includes everyone, excludes no one and draws all people to religion and good feelings about themselves through works. This is one of the ways the Catholic church will use to form the one world religious institution. God bless us.

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