Halloween – Sifting Historical Facts vs “Christian” Myths

Around this time of the year, I find a lot of Christians getting all hot under the collar about whether they should choose to celebrate Halloween, or not. Often the arguments boil down to the perceived association of the day with all that is evil, and that Christians should not put on the appearance of … More Halloween – Sifting Historical Facts vs “Christian” Myths

Jesus and the Green Man – Part 4 of 6: Cernunnos

“The Horned One” is the translation for the only single inscription we have of this particular Green Man character. Found on the Celtic Gundestrup Cauldron and widespread on other engravings, this antlered figure is thought by some to be an important god of the continental Celts, or even the most important god by some commentators. … More Jesus and the Green Man – Part 4 of 6: Cernunnos

Another Day in Eden

The Maker stepped down into the lush, verdant garden to enjoy everything that He had lovingly crafted. His feet touched the ground, and the grass bowed underfoot, thankful to have been blessed with his presence. The ground itself rejoiced, praising Him for the strength to support Him. As He breathed in, the cool, fresh air … More Another Day in Eden