Merry Colonial Christmas to All. Not being cheeky here, that greeting would be offensive to some, being the 17th Century Puritan or the saying would be exceptionally welcoming in a most debauched manner to most others of the period. This is not much different in so many ways as in our present except that the debauched and indulgent humanist in our time echo offense to all things Christmas and Christian. To that, the past echos of the churched, few real Reformed Puritans left, are making their whispers of ‘Christ is Born’ vibrating in the empty congregations.
The celebration of Christmas has not always been as it is today. In fact the ‘humbug’ at the Colonial Christmas period would have been the Puritans. Today, Biblical Reformation believers are the minority who shout the joys of ‘Glory to God in the highest.’ I discuss more on the Podcast or you can skip to the ‘References.’
This week I’m highlighting the less known points about the historical Colonial Christmas up to the Revolutionary period. I know you are scratching your head about the Car Repossessions, J6 and Transhumanism as part of a Colonial Christmas. Well, It all ties to my past programs on Political Theology and Economics.
Make sure you read my Stanford U declared offensive paragraph on the J6 Referrals. Continue reading