Seventh-day Adventists do not celebrate Christmas. They do not celebrate any religious holidays or festivals. The only time that Seventh-day Adventists set apart as holy is the weekly Sabbath, which occurs from Friday at... More »

Christians celebrate Christmas to rejoice over the birth of Jesus Christ, who is believed to be the son of God. Others celebrate Christmas as a season of love, family and joy as well as a day of giving and receiving gift... More »

Little Christmas is an Irish holiday celebrated on Jan. 6, the feast of the Epiphany, according to Irish Examiner. It marks the end of the Christmas season. On this day, the Christmas tree and other decorations are taken... More »

Seventh-day Adventists believe in baptism, the Bible, communion, a healthy diet and equality. They also believe in heaven and hell. The Anabaptist Protestant tradition governs their doctrine. More »

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Seventh-day Adventists view the Ten Commandments as law, modeling how they live on them and believing that following them brings them closer to God. In line with the Fourth Commandment, they believe Sundays are days of r... More »

Common topics of online sermons from Seventh-day Adventists are the Sabbath, end-times, health, marriage and family, and Christian behavior. Emphasis is placed on topics which encourage strengthening relationships with G... More »

Christmas began as a celebration of the nativity story of Jesus in Rome in 354. It had been celebrated even earlier by Christians in the East, but they incorporated it into their Epiphany celebration on Jan. 6, which foc... More »