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The Blood-thirsty God

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    • Husband and wife in mythology.
    • The same god.
    • Phoenician gods.
    • Nimrod.
    • Shem.
    • Fertility and new life.
    • Spring and Fertility.
    • Mothers and young children.
    • Time and Harvest.
    • Hunters.
    • Easter.
    • Halloween.
    • Christmas.
    • Birthdays.
    • No
    • Child
    • Animal
    • Circus.
    • Gladiators.
    • Athletes and gymnasts.
    • Nimrod himself was cut in pieces.
    • The Greeks offered that sort of sacrifice and the Romans wanted to copy the Greeks.
    • The army-these started as contests among the soldiers.
    • Nimrod
    • Saturn
    • Satan
    • All of the above.
    • None of the above.
    • Santa Claus.
    • Old Father Time.
    • The Grim Reaper.
    • All of the above.
    • None of the above.
    • They are frequently shown with babies or young children.
    • They both wear black edges to their robes.
    • Scythes/sycles.
    • Fire.
    • Time.
    • Paganism ceased to exist.
    • Christianity and paganism combined to form a new, amalgamated religion.
    • Christianity ceased to exist.
    • None of the above.
    • The Christians were very quick to give up their religion and adopt the heathen practices of the pagans.
    • Some Christians were refusing to accept December 25 as the birthday of Christ.
    • Saturn was no longer being honored.
    • Sabbaths.
    • Saturnalia.
    • Brumalia.
    • New Moons.
    • Matronalia.
    • Annual festivals.
    • However, it no longer does so it is acceptable to keep it in honor of Christ's birthday.
    • It still does, therefore to keep Christmas honors the cruelest of all the pagan gods while dishonoring Yahuwah, the Eloah of Heaven.
    • No, that is just a conspiracy theory. Actually, Christmas is when Christ was born so we should observe it.
    • True
    • False
    • Christmas, Easter and Halloween.
    • Mid-Summer's eve, Halloween and All Saints Day.
    • Halloween, May Day (May 1), and birthdays.
    • True
    • False
    • They do honor Him because that is the true Sabbath.
    • They are actually honoring Saturn, the cruelest of all the gods and thus stealing worship for the true Eloah of Heaven.