Dec 19, 2014 ... While Hanukkah may be a Jewish holiday, here is why Christians would do well
to observe it themselves.
Dec 14, 2011 ... “But you can't celebrate Christmas AND Hanukkah,” he told her. “Are you ...
deeply resonant holiday, and should be celebrated – by Christians.
Therefore the issue for us in our time is not whether we should cease to celebrate
the birth of Jesus Christ, but rather when and how. While it may seem so, this ...
Let Your Light So Shine: Why Christians Should celebrate Chanukah.
Dec 2, 2013 ... In its original context, gift-giving is an incidental part of the celebration of
Hanukkah. Misconception: Christians should send Jewish friends ...
Dec 9, 2015 ... Jewish families and some Christians celebrate Hanukkah today by burning
candles on a menorah for eight days, one candle for each day, and ...
Dec 3, 2007 ... There's more than one "happy holiday" for Christians this season. ... Regardless
of whether they actually celebrate Jesus' birth? ... Christianity has its own
Hanukkah story in John 10, one that has little to do with the Nativity, ...
Dec 6, 2010 ... Exclusive: Joseph Farah explains why Christ's followers should observe ... I have
even heard Christians say Hanukkah is an extra-biblical ...
Dec 15, 2014 ... During this Hanukkah and Christmas, as Jews and Christians, may each of us
find a way to light a candle and bring our light into the world.
Jul 3, 2014 ... I see no inherent qualities in Hanukkah and Christmas that implies they can't co-
exist in the same story. We as Christians "celebrate" the temple ...