Roman soldiers celebrated a Roman deity (Mithras) and pagan sun-worship (Sol-Invictus) on December 25th. Question; emperor Constantine (318 AD) was the supreme officer of Roman troops, ‘is it possible that he was a Mithras worshiper?’
These things we know for sure: Constantine did not become born again until his death bed, lead an army that worshiped Mithras and Sol Invictus (Sun worship), and switched the Sabbath day (a Hebrew constant from Adam forward) to SUN-day (day of the Sun) – that in time would be called Christmas, Easter and other pagan feasts.
The evidence shows that emperor Constantine united the early Christian church under Catholicism, which later lead to a protestant movement that today, worldwide, equals more than 38 thousand denominations. Sadly, nearly all celebrate Christmas (Mithras and Saturnalian feasts of December 25), Easter (Astoreth) and SUNday, as holy days (set-apart days); man’s hand in redefining the Hebrew Messiah’s faith and ministry. Paraphrasing our true Hebrew Messiah? “Seek that you may find”, !!!!!