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Does Christianity allow Christians to celebrate other holidays?

A quick search on Google will come up with several Christian holidays including: Valentine's Day Good Friday Thanksgiving Christmas However, in many multi-cultural countries, there are often ...
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Is there a basis for Christian holidays in the Bible?

I was just curious if holiday celebrations like Christmas and Easter were written in the Bible, not merely mentioned but specifically indicating that people should celebrate them. It seems to me that ...
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What have prominent theologians said about Halloween? [closed]

I am not interested in the Truth Question of whether it is a sin to celebrate. I'm particularly interested in citations of what has been said about having too much fear of evil spirits, and a fear ...
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Why is it that so many Churches have a problem with Halloween but not with the other pagan holidays? [closed]

Can anyone give me a good reason to how it is ok to celebrate the resurrection of Yehoshu'a Immanuel in Pagan Ritual. And also to celebrate his birth in Pagan Ritual, even though he was not born in ...
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How do Evangelicals celebrate Pentecost?

Wikipedia sayeth in vague generalities: In Evangelical churches, where a lesser degree of emphasis on the liturgical year is generally placed, Pentecost may indeed be one of the greatest ...
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How does the feast of Corpus Christi fit into the church calendar?

Looking at the calendar today, I noticed that it's Corpus Christi, which celebrates the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. Maundy Thursday recalls the day the rite was first observed and seems ...
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Is there a special name for the day between Easter and Good Friday?

I have always called it Sad Saturday in an effort to highlight the despair the disciples must have felt after seeing their Lord killed. This answer covers a lot of those days in there (most clearly ...