What the Puritans thought of Christmas
Faith was never a Sunday-morning thing for the Puritans, nor did they have much interest in "religious holidays". Their love for God was in every moment of their lives, in every breath they took. Yes, the Puritans were aware that Christmas Day marked the birth of Jesus, and they respected it. But for them, His rebirth, and His return, were much more important.
They knew that He was the reason for the season, and more than that, the reason for life.
Posted by Brad Hall