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Hindu-Xian Discussion-11
by Suresh Vyas



Yes, the only son of god per bible; however the vedic scriptures do not support that idea as I have talked about it before. Still all have freedom to think it so if they want to.


May all learn to live sin-free.






From: P

To: S

Subject: RE: Brit kids clueless on why we celebrate Christmas - Yahoo! India News


It is certainly true that Christmas has been greatly commercialized, not only in Great Britain but also in America.  A failure of the Christian churches and also the parents of these children.  It is also true that Jesus was not born on December 25 but more than likely in the spring.  The important thing is that Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary, the only begotten Son of God.




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From: S


> Here is the article form another source.


> Source:


> 8501



> Brit kids clueless on why we celebrate Christmas

> Submitted by Kiran Pahwa on Fri, 10/24/2008 - 11:24. London Christmas

> London, Oct 24 : A new survey has revealed that less than three quarters of the kids in Britain know that Christmas is celebrated to mark the birth of Jesus Christ.


> Some kids even believe that Father Christmas, or Santa Claus, was born on the December 25.


> The survey led by www. youngpoll. com has revealed that 11 per cent of the

> youngsters believe that it was the birthday of Father Christmas.


> Another six per cent thought December 25 was set aside just so they could get some presents.


> Almost a quarter of youngsters did not know the reason for celebrating

> Easter.


> Three per cent thought it to be the invention of chocolate, and nine per cent believed it was the Easter Bunny's birthday.


> However, 77 per cent knew it was to celebrate the resurrection of Christ.


> "It's shocking to think that so many children aren't aware about the reasons

> behind Christmas and Easter," the Daily Express quoted spokesman for www.youngpoll. com, as saying.


> "But for children nowadays, Christmas is about receiving presents, having a nice family dinner and decorating the house, while Easter is about how many

> chocolate eggs they get," he added.


> The poll of 2,000 children, aged eight to 15 showed that almost 42 per cent

> had no idea that Christ died on Good Friday. (ANI)

> =


> May all choose to live sin-free.


> Regards,

> -S




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