What Is a Pagan Holiday?

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A Pagan Holiday is a festival or a celebration that is conducted in an unchristian way. Some of the pagan holidays are; Yule Logs, Beltaine, Halloween, Lughnasadh, Santa Claus and Kris Kringle. A pagan holiday is considered to violate the laws of God and the true worship of God.
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