Saturday, December 12, 2009

Boss Creations .... thanks for the tip JJ!!

Look what    JJ the Leftie  brought to my attention ... Boss Creations

Boss Creations has boldly come out with the following statement:
"The Christian holiday, Christmas, is intended to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. However, over the years the decorations and celebrations for this holiday have become increasingly commercial and unrelated to Christ. Unfortunately, the holiday has become less about Jesus and more about gifts and Santa Claus.

At Boss Creations, it is our mission to help you bring the Word of God into your home during the Christian holiday seasons. We hope that you will share the Word with your family and friends and that you will begin new holiday traditions with Christ as the central figure.

In recent years, our Christmas holiday has been made to become a generic holiday for all religions with many being forced to call it a "Holiday" season instead of Christmas season. We, as Christians, must take a stand and rescue our religious holiday. We at Boss Creations believe that one way to do this is to decorate with more Christian-themed holiday decorations including The CHRIST-mas Tree.........."

Show your appreciation by placing an order. I am looking at the paper mache round ornaments. Pretty.


  1. Christmas is a great time to stimulate retail sales, and put out pretty lights when it is dark a lot. It is like in the African Savanah, once a year it pours for weeks, and that sustains life for the rest of the peaks and troughs. I respect Christmas for what it is.

    I view Jesus as a great Jewish philosopher, born of a mortal man and a mortal woman. That's my opinion, as someone raised Scottish Protestant. Once upon a time, my forefathers were key players in England's Protestant "Orange Revolution". Most of my family these days are agnostic, few athiests.

    What was the quote from the Usual Suspects?

    "I don't believe in God, but I'm afraid of him."

  2. Right you are Iceman ... about Jesus being the son of a mortal man and woman.
    RC was born because of Jesus and for that I am grateful. He was a good man and set good examples for leading a moralistic life.

  3. I couldn't help but notice that this site, which emphasizes the Christian dimension of Christmas, is featuring a cross emblazoned with the stars and stripes and the motto the USA.

    So commercializing Christmas is bad, but politicizing it is good?

  4. Glad I could help! I want to be part of the solution. :p


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