No matter what they have to say here below, let’s all remember the real reason for Christmas is Jesus Christ. If it wasn’t for God sending His only Son here to earth, to save die on the cross for a world of sin, we would all be forever lost, and doomed to hell. Christmas is just the beginning of the gift God gave us, and he finished it with Christ dying on the cross, and rising on the third day, as He said He would. Afterward, ascending to the Heavenly Father, to be our advocate, so we could forever have a mediator to speak on our behalf. Let’s not forget to thank God for His wonderful gift this Christmas. I know I am forever thankful!! MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!
Some people feel Christmas just isn’t Christmas without Christ, but apparently not many. If one were to rank the importance of Christ in Christmas based on popular Christmas films, sadly it would rank very low as the top 10 grossing Christmas films reveal.
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It may be hard to find a movie depicting the true meaning of Christmas as romance and Santa Claus have dominated the big screens for the past decade.
According to a list of the “10 Highest Grossing Christmas Movies of All-Time,” compiled by Yahoo! News, none of the films has a Christ-centered theme.
These highly profitable films are listed below:
10. Christmas With the Kranks (2004)
8. The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006)
7. Four Christmases (2008)
6. A Christmas Carol (2009)
5. The Santa Clause 2 (2006)
4. The Santa Clause (1994)
3. Elf (2003)
2. The Polar Express (2004)
1. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Hollywood isn’t the only one dismissing the “Christ” in Christmas but many television networks have adopted a similar model.
ABC’s popular “25 Days of Christmas” series lacks any Christ-centered Christmas films along with the Hallmark Channel’s new Christmas movies.
It seems that many are capitalizing on including “Christmas” in their titles while excluding Jesus