Book: Occult Holidays or God’s Holy Days—Which?

Confused and disillusioned, many today are wondering, “Is there a God? Where is He? What, if anything, is God doing?” Mankind sees scant evidence in religion of God’s direct involvement in the course of humanity. Shackled by tradition and religious myths, even professing “Christianity” gropes in a vacuum of ignorance regarding God’s true plan for mankind.

Why? Because man has (for the most part, unknowingly) rejected the key to that plan—the knowledge of the seventh-day Sabbath and holy days of God. Instead, traditional holidays—including Sunday—have been adopted and accepted as “Christian.”

Declaring the “end from the beginning,” the true God of the Bible is actively involved in the affairs of man, ordering events according to His master plan as outlined by His Sabbath and feast days. Obviously, Satan the devil hates God’s plan—for it also pictures his ultimate removal as the “god of this present age.”

In what is perhaps one of the greatest conspiracies in the history of mankind, Satan has devised a cleverly disguised counterfeit “Christianity” to blind men from the knowledge of God’s true plan. Analogous to King Jeroboam of ancient Israel—who substituted false “feast days” in place of God’s true holy days—Satan has deceptively ensnared an unsuspecting world into believing that pagan occult holidays are acceptable forms of worship toward God.

In Occult Holidays or God’s Holy Days—Which?, Fred R. Coulter brings to light this satanic conspiracy, uncovering in detail the occult roots of today’s so-called “Christian” holidays—Halloween, Christmas, Easter, etc.—proving that such holidays are, in reality, a form of Satan worship.

Mr. Coulter demonstrates how God’s seven annual holy days form a type of framework upon which are hung the various aspects of God’s plan as they are fulfilled over time. This publication fully illustrates how God’s seventh-day Sabbath and holy days picture His plan of salvation for all of mankind, concentrating on the establishment of the Kingdom of God and the eternal rule of Jesus Christ.

For a materialistic generation surrounded by religious indifference, intolerance and confusion, this book provides vital information. Emphasis is placed on the fact that the God of truth cannot be worshiped with pagan lies, myths and forms of worship, as God can only be worshiped “in spirit and in truth.”

In a world of relativism where the line between right and wrong, good and evil are increasingly blurred, Occult Holidays or God’s Holy Days— Which? pulls no punches. Fred Coulter has captured, in a single book, the crux of the matter: Will we worship the true God, as He instructs—with the understanding of His true plan for mankind—or will we continue to look to myths, fables and false forms of worship that are of no avail?

The reader, indeed, will be compelled to choose—Which?

Philip Neal
May 2006, 2013