Should Christians Celebrate New Years?

by sighandcry on December 30, 2017

So what part should a Christian have to due with the world’s New Year’s celebration? Does the new year really begin on January 1st? Does the Bible have anything to say about this? The presentation above will contrast the origin of the sacred Hebrew calendar based on the Bible (Torah) versus the Roman calendar based on mythology that is used in the majority of the civil world. This will allow altogether Christians to decide which they will recognize as the true. Once we become more fully informed about the origin of this popular custom we may want to reform our ways so as to stand without spot or blemish in the sight of a Holy God.

Some professed Christians may take this recognition of God’s sacred year and its feasts as a call to return to the literal keeping of the feasts such as the Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles. To this end we have provided a well reasoned response on how God’s people are to keep the feasts today in antitype only and avoid the trap of literal feast keeping at specified times of the year.

A Response to Literal Last Day Feast Keepers:

How are we to keep the feast day today?




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