Feasting Part I - A Biblical Case for Extra-Biblical Feasting

Date: 12/2/2007
Topic: Christmas
Price: FREE
As the season of Advent begins it is fitting to ask if it is permissible to celebrate extra-biblical feasts. The Scriptures, after all, mention nothing about the celebration of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, etc. Should this move us to avoid such festivals or should we raucously join in the fun?
Stuart W. Bryan Stuart Bryan is the pastor of Trinity Church. He and his wife, Paige, have seven children, four homegrown, two adopted from the lovely land of Guatemala, and one adopted from Ukraine. Stuart earned his B.A. in Religion from Whitworth College and his M.A. in Theological and Historical Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.

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