2nd Edition – Revised and Expanded
Holidays and the Feasts, revised and expanded, looks at three major subjects: The Old Testament feasts, Christmas, and Easter. Within this book the author examines the alleged pagan roots of Christmas and Easter, provides a biblical case for celebrating Christmas, and answers the question “are Christians obligated to observe Old Testament feasts?”
Christians and the Feasts examines the Old Testament feasts, their function, and how Christians should understand them today.
Christmas and Paganism looks at the claims regarding the pagan roots of Christmas while answering question such as is Christmas linked to Sol Invictus, Saturnalia, Tammuz, or Nimrod?
A Biblical Case for Celebrating Christmas seeks to present the biblical case for celebrating the incarnation.
Easter and Paganism surveys the Easter controversy and addresses whether or not Easter is an ancient pagan goddess.