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Christians Observe Good Friday 2022 — ‘The Place Called The Skull, There They Crucified Him’

Christians worldwide are observing Good Friday today, the solemn anniversary of Jesus of Nazareth being executed on a wooden cross on a hill outside the walls the Jerusalem in Israel in the year A.D. 30. This is one of the two pivotal days of Holy Week, with the other being Easter Sunday. Christians believe that this was an act of sacrifice of a perfect and sinless person who died in the place of imperfect people to pay for their sins, securing eternal salvation for them.

Three crosses are seen after neighbours of Hiendelaencia performed the reenactment of Christ's suffering on March 25, 2016 in Hiendelaencina, Spain. The 140 village's residents celebrate every year on Good Friday a reenactment of Christ's suffering before being nailed to the cross Hiendelaencina's inhabitants use their own funds to make …

Baby Jesus Presented at the Temple in Jerusalem

From the Gospel according to Luke, in the days after the birth of Jesus Christ on the first Christmas:

And at the end of eight days, when he was circumcised, he was called Jesus, the name given by the angel before he was conceived in the womb.

Christmas Nativity in the desert, watercolor painting sketch. Greeting card background. - stock illustration Jesus Nativity in the stable. Figures are in black silhouette against blue starry sky, in the desert setting. Watercolor painting sketch digitally made.

Scrooged: Wikipedia Editors Neglect Christmas-Related Articles

Although corporate media who praise Wikipedia as a counter to “fake news” have simultaneously criticized it for perceived gaps in coverage on gender and race, the site also shows a gap in its coverage of Christmas, the most widely-celebrated holiday on Earth other than New Year’s Day. In contrast to the generally under-developed nature of the site’s Christmas content, articles covering video games and the show South Park are generally more developed.

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Christian, Family Groups Condemn Wikipedia Banning Statements Against Gay Marriage

In a decision last month by Wikipedia’s community, statements in “userboxes” on editor profile pages were no longer allowed if they expressed or implied opposition to gay marriage. Breitbart’s coverage of the decision prompted Christian media and organizations, as well as family groups, to condemn Wikipedia for censoring the views of traditional marriage supporters.

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