Christmas on Starbucks coffee cups

Posted by Tom Steele in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

It’s pretty amusing how people are making a big deal about the lack of Christmas on Starbucks coffee cups when the company has displayed the pagan goddess Melusine as their mascot every day of its history. This mermaid-like pagan deity with two tails is another manifestation of the Whore of Babylon spoken of in the Bible. Why are people getting upset that a company who bows down to this evil refuses to put Christmas on their merchandise?

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It's pretty amusing how people are making a big deal about the lack of Christmas on Starbucks coffee cups when the company has displayed the pagan goddess Melusine as their mascot every day of its history. This mermaid-like pagan deity with two tails is another manifestation of the Whore of Babylon spoken of in the Bible. Why are people getting upset that a company who bows down to this evil refuses to put Christmas on their merchandise? https://www.facebook.com/TruthIgnited

John Kissinger [11/16/2015 9:37 AM]
via Rick Wadholm Jr https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10208617724707376&set=a.10206212611421047.1073741828.1437558516&type=3

John Kissinger [11/21/2015 6:02 AM]

Tom Steele [11/21/2015 10:04 AM]
Yep, it really is looking like a lot of people made a big deal out of nothing. Kinda the way things flow on social networks on the Internet these days, isn’t it.

John Kissinger [11/22/2015 6:19 AM]
http://zachmcintosh.com/2015/11/16/starbucks-ethics-culture-evangelism-and-soteriology/

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