In the past, I have written about the topic of Santa Claus and it caused a bit of a stir. The post Michelle has written I think rightly divides how to discuss Santa.
I have always learned so much from Michelle Lesley’s posts I wanted to share this post with you. Michelle breaks down both positives and negatives of Santa. She explains how some attributes of Santa are, in fact, attributes of God and how this is misleading, while at the same time, a great opportunity to teach the Gospel and drive kids on the truth. She points out the hypocrisy of works based righteousness and the error of lying, at any given time. Santa can be fun, Michelle says, if done in a Biblical manner. If you have a few minutes today, check out the post. 🙂
Michelle’s Post | What Should We Tell Our Kids About Santa Claus
Published by T. R. Noble
Growing up as a teen, adults did not provide me with the answers I wanted. I thought I was spiritually mature. Decades later, I saw the importance of understanding and being able to identify deception, false teachers/prophets. I realized my own ignorance about the Bible and the need to study all portions. I came out of the false doctrine of the Seeker-Driven movement, as well as the Holiness doctrine suffering under the legalism of sinless perfection.
My goal is to help readers grow in the word of God. To trust His word. To tear apart deceptions, and to encourage Christian Apologetics.
My second blog is Peeking Beneath, little more personal, which occasionally is updated. Aside from blogging, I am a wife. I am working on a Christian Fantasy series. I enjoy painting, gardening, cooking, reading, and learning from godly men and women.
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