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So Atheists: Does the fact that the entire world celebrates New Year’s Day prove Christianity reigns Supreme?

After all, the calculation of the date is based EXCLUSIVELY on IN THE NAME OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST! And the entire world does not celebrate Chinese New Year or Hindu New Year but everyone even in China and India celebrates the New Year’s Day based on the Christian calendar.
Even in NK they celebrate New Year’s Day and all over the free world. Sigh!

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19 Responses to “So Atheists: Does the fact that the entire world celebrates New Year’s Day prove Christianity reigns Supreme?”

  1. Rev. wing wang woo woo said:

    is north korea a part of the entire world or are they a seperate planet?

  2. Banquetfm said:

    It proves everyone likes a good party, whatever the excuse.

  3. Fitz said:

    What are you talking about?

    The Gregorian calendar was a reform of the Julian calendar because it assumes that the time between vernal equinoxes is 365.25 days, when in fact it is about 11 minutes less.

    It had absolutely nothing to do with Jesus.

  4. they see me TROLLin' in my TROLLey said:

    did you know that its on a saturday?

    did you know our week names proves ROMAN EMPERORS REIGN SUPREME?

    did you know that what names we call our plants?

    aquire 1 education please.

  5. sparton223 said:

    There’s no such thing as a Christian calendar. There is,however, a Roman calendar, which is what most countries nowadays use.

  6. James Jones said:

    If jesus birthday was 25th, why does his age only increment a week later? That’s what no one seems to have an answer for.

  7. somathus said:

    I can’t tell if you are being serious or not. You are a Poe aren’t you?

    Everyone celebrates it because the Gregorian Calender has been used by the majority of the world for several centuries.

    Either way, your argument is one from popularity, and that is flawed argument


  8. * OK * said:

    Sorry, it is the Roman calander (officially, Gregorian?), and it is essentially a solar one.

    Happy New Year!

  9. Raquel said:

    Does the fact that so many people observe the month of January, which is named for the god Janus, prove that Roman mythology reigns Supreme?

  10. Noveno Espada, Aaroneiro Arruruerie said:


  11. AGREE or BE WRONG said:

    Maybe it is because it would be so confusing if we acknowledge 5 or 6 actual calenders. How can christianity reign supreme if you can’t even get the date of your founder, Christ, correct.

  12. Fred said:

    No, and your false claims do not prove it either.

  13. internet idiot said:

    If the days of the week were Jesuday, Maryday, Johnday, Holyspiriday, Magdaleneday, Paulday, and Godthefatherday, I would say “you win”.

    Since they are in fact named for ancient deities, you actually lose. And do forget to celebrate Woden this Wednesday (and every Wednesday)!

  14. boojumuk said:

    Its just a way of measuring the passage of time. The days of the week are named after Norse gods, some of the months after Roman gods, so what does that say? Would you prefer the days and months to be named after Biblical figures? Do you think that I would be happier if they were named after people like Darwin and Newton? Or if New Years Day was based on Gallileo’s birthday? Get a life and if you are going to ask questions here at least ask sensible ones.

  15. Atheist said:

    No it does not. It is merely that we are so globalized that it is easier to just celebrate one new years through out the world. If we were celebrating the Hindu New years or the Buddhists New years there would be people using this same argument.

  16. Derchin Master! said:

    No. Try harder.

  17. Banaa said:

    Not an atheist but Christianity does not reign supreme. That was just a means of calculating time. Nothing special.

  18. JD said:

    Google your calendar research again. Stay away from the site that allows anyone to put their information up there and you will see that the calendar is not in fact based on your Friend Jesus.
    Bt to specifically answer your questions…Christianity does not reigns supreme.

  19. Jasper said:

    I don’t celebrate New Years, and I am part of the world so no, the entire world does not celebrate it. I know lots of people who do not “celebrate” New Years”. Also many cultures have a different New Years day based on their own calendar. All the celebration here in the US is just simply the ability to get drunk in public, and watch football games while you sober up. Not really my thing. And the first day of the year is nothing special compared the 2nd or 3rd or 4th so it is really a silly holiday to “celebrate”.


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