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/

3 Comments

  • Reply December 25, 2019

    Joe Absher

    At some point the paganism must be factored in . this coffee shop has named a brew after a pagan deity . and Starbucks logo is of course a “siren”

  • Reply December 26, 2019

    Isara Mo

    When Gideon pulled down his father’s altar immediately all the neighborhood spirits rose against him…. thru people.
    When Paul touched the nerve centre of pagan worship the whole city went on uproar.
    Satan knows how to use people to foster his dominion..
    Spirits IN the people know which God they bow down to…

  • Reply December 26, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Joe Absher where is Gideon like Starbucks? Isara Mo which spirits do you have in mind in Gideons story Puritans in the English Parliament eliminated Christmas as a national holiday in 1645, amid widespread anti-Christmas sentiment. Settlers in New England went even further, outlawing Christmas celebrations entirely in 1659. Anyone caught shirking their work duties or feasting was forced to pay a significant penalty of five shillings. Christmas returned to England in 1660, but in New England it remained banned until the 1680s, when the Crown managed to exert greater control over its subjects in Massachusetts. In 1686, the royal governor of the colony, Sir Edmund Andros, sponsored a Christmas Day service at the Boston Town House. Fearing a violent backlash from Puritan settlers, Andros was flanked by redcoats as he prayed and sang Christmas hymns.

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