Happy Kwanzaa: "Should A Christian Celebrate Kwanzaa?"


Reader HAPPY KWANZAA Today is the 1st day of Kwanzaa today's Principle is Umoja which is Unity .. Let us stick together and Help build up one another. Should a Christian celebrate Kwanzaa? 

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  1. This is what we need. I will learn and practice the principles of Kwanzaa. Thank you!

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  2. Amen Val Thomas…This Kwanza celebration is a nice compliment to the Christian faith for African Americans. Although the Bible teaches that 1) Jesus is the way, truth and the life; 2) He has given us His Spirit to indwell, guide us and teach us; 3) He has given us His word as Revelation for us to follow, we need more like a Kwanza and its principles to live better as a people. Though the Bible calls the church a body where God Himself gifts all believers to edify one another by the most powerful emotion and action of love, love as God Himself suffered and died so that we may live with purpose here on this earth and in eternity forever, we as African American because of our suffering should embrace the symbols Kwanza to convey its principles of unity and self-determination. Although the church started out small in number, and God empowered a few to evangelize the world with the message of the good news, and many believed and became saints, we as African Americans should hold to the principle of Kwanze to build and maintain our community together and make our brothers' and sisters' problems our problems, and to solve them together. Although the Bible speak to each man individually – his birth (the LORD formed everyone while in his mother’s womb), his life (he was born into sin, and stand in need of a Savior), his living (his purpose is to glorify His Creator, and serve Him obeying His commands), his death (He will live somewhere in eternity when he dies) – the Bible is outdated and written in times of old, we as African Americans aspire to modern ideals of living, to make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness. This Kwanza celebration is a nice compliment to the Christian faith for African Americans.

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  3. Kwanzaa was created to celebrate values in the African-American community such as unity, self-determination, faith and a return to history. I love it.

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    1. Lighting candles, quoting some words, citing a poem wearing black, green, and red...makes for such a tremendous experience...LOL...

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  4. Kwanzaa is not a religion, Nothing wrong with celebrating it.

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    1. Nothing wrong with celebrating it. But is it really worth celebrating? Nothing wrong with playing the lottery? But is it worth taking your whole paycheck and neglect all your monthly income for a one in a million chance to win the big ticket? We all know that Kwanzaa was created to steer African Americans for God to self and flesh. There are many making money of this man-made celebration.

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    1. There goes my check...LOTTO here I come...

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