The Real Story of Christmas

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By Diane Lee Long on December 10, 2009 -- 11:14am

Shalom Rabbi Keleman,

I am a Noahide and want to thank you for this recording of the “The Real Story of Christmas”!

For almost 15 years I have been trying to explain this very subject to others.  I was never taken seriously, and they claimed I had no truth to it.

I will be using this as a teaching now for others. 

Thank you for all your time and effort put into your teachings!  May HaShem continue to Bless you and all your loved ones!

Yours Truly,

Diane Lee Long

By N.N on July 12, 2010 -- 7:46pm

great lecture!
thank you very much.

By Esther Elnadav on September 19, 2010 -- 11:32am

Thank You!

By John Aywa on November 13, 2010 -- 8:16pm

Shalom Rabbi Kelemen? I have listened to your audio presentation of “the real story of Christmas” and your historic explanation comparing with its activities today can only only be said to be factual and truthful.

However, I have a few queries, and I stand to be corrected. It is wrong to say that Jesus Christ abolished the Old Testament. Please read Mathew 5:17. Jesus and His apostles extensively quoted from the old testament. What Jesus nailed to the cross was the ceremonial laws, the ordinances, Collossians 2:14. The law written by God’s own hand was never, it will never, and it can never be abolished. The old Testament is the foundation of the New Testament, without the Old Testament, the New Testament will crumble down.

Christmas and many other so called “christian holidays were not and have never been christian holidays. The esoteric meaning and purpose of these ceremonies remains pagan as it was before and only innocent, ignorant Christians are duped to believe that it is the birthday of the Messiah.

Be blessed.

By nab on December 12, 2010 -- 2:08am

Dear Rabbi K,

You speak so clearly and very well and you kept my interest which is rare for me.  I enjoyed passing info to others although myself an orthodox Jew.

It takes courage to speak about this subject. Well done!

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