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AP West Virginia's Gary Jennings slammed the door on all those jokes at his expense about his lack of scoring a year ago. Jennings caught three touchdown passes from Will Grier to lead No. Jennings led West Virginia with 97 catches for 1, yards a year ago, but had just one TD catch the entire season. Grier, meanwhile, threw 18 of his 34 scoring tosses to David Sills in He was tired of hearing it. Jennings got plenty of attention from Grier on Saturday, boosting his total to four scores in two games.
Jennings had a yard TD catch in the third quarter after scores of 11 and 24 yards in the second. After a slow start in the rain, the Mountaineers piled up total yards in winning their 15th straight home opener.
Grier also had a yard scoring toss to Dominique Maiden in the fourth quarter. Grier completed 21 of 26 passes for yards. Marcus Simms had eight catches for yards for the Mountaineers.
Youngstown State was within after Tevin McCaster's yard scoring run early in the third quarter, but West Virginia scored touchdowns 50 seconds apart late in the period, aided by a Dravon Askew-Henry interception, to put it out of reach.
Freshman Leddie Brown rushed for yards on 15 carries. Alec Sinkfield started and opened the scoring on a 9-yard run, but left the game in the second quarter with a left leg injury and did not return. Holgorsen said after the game that Sinkfield ''should be fine. FCS Youngstown State was limited to total yards. Notre Dame transfer Montgomery VanGorder was 11 of 24 for yards. West Virginia converted seven of 11 chances on third down, prompting Youngstown State coach Bo Pelini to bemoan his team's inability to stop drives.
The Mountaineers' most pressing task was shoring up a defense that has lost three linebackers to injuries since spring practice, including starter Charlie Benton last week. JoVanni Stewart , who had one start last season at safety, was moved into Benton's place against the Penguins and had two quarterback hurries and a tackle for loss. Starting linebacker David Long had a team-high 10 tackles.
West Virginia also rotated plenty of players on the defensive line. Holgorsen said the decision to start the 5-foot-8, pound Stewart was a matter of ''just getting the best 11 out there, more than anything. The Penguins have lost six straight to Power Five schools since beating Pittsburgh in Youngstown State's inexperienced secondary had a tough task in covering West Virginia's deep roster of receivers.
After Brown had eight carries for 33 yards in a win over Tennessee last week , he stepped up after Sinkfield left Saturday's game, leaving his teammates impressed. He's going to be very impressive in the future. West Virginia will find it tough to move up in the rankings with few upsets in the AP Top 25 this week.
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Recap Box Score Scoring Summary. The senior is more than making up for it so far in During the offseason, Jennings was on the receiving end of ribbing from his coaches. More from College Football College Football. Trace McSorley injures leg vs. Northwestern gets crucial Big Ten West win over Badgers. Wake Forest gets the last laugh on Bobby Petrino. How to watch Texas vs. How to watch Notre Dame vs. West Virginia and Youngstown State will meet for the third time, with West Virginia claiming wins in each of the first two meetings in and The Penguins are against FBS teams since , with their last win coming at Pittsburgh in Youngstown State fell to Butler, , after taking a lead into the fourth quarter.
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In summary, there are four different dates used by different Christian groups to mark the birth of Christ, given in the table below. Christmas is typically a peak selling season for retailers in many nations around the world. Sales increase dramatically as people purchase gifts, decorations, and supplies to celebrate.
In the UK and Ireland, the Christmas shopping season starts from mid-November, around the time when high street Christmas lights are turned on. In other sectors, the pre-Christmas increase in spending was even greater, there being a November—December buying surge of percent in bookstores and percent in jewelry stores. In the same year employment in American retail stores rose from 1. In most Western nations, Christmas Day is the least active day of the year for business and commerce; almost all retail, commercial and institutional businesses are closed, and almost all industries cease activity more than any other day of the year , whether laws require such or not.
Scotland is currently planning similar legislation. Film studios release many high-budget movies during the holiday season, including Christmas films, fantasy movies or high-tone dramas with high production values to hopes of maximizing the chance of nominations for the Academy Awards.
One economist 's analysis calculates that, despite increased overall spending, Christmas is a deadweight loss under orthodox microeconomic theory , because of the effect of gift-giving. This loss is calculated as the difference between what the gift giver spent on the item and what the gift receiver would have paid for the item. Other deadweight losses include the effects of Christmas on the environment and the fact that material gifts are often perceived as white elephants , imposing cost for upkeep and storage and contributing to clutter.
Christmas has at times been the subject of controversy and attacks from various sources. Historically it was prohibited by Puritans when they briefly held power in England during the English Interregnum — , and in Colonial America where the Puritans outlawed the celebration of Christmas in Modern scholars such as E.
Sanders , Geza Vermes and Marcus Borg consider both Gospel narratives of the birth of Jesus to be non-historical, arguing that there are contradictions between them. One controversy is the occurrence of Christmas trees being renamed Holiday trees. Supreme Court ruled in Lynch v. Donnelly that a Christmas display which included a Nativity scene owned and displayed by the city of Pawtucket, Rhode Island , did not violate the First Amendment.
American Muslim scholar Abdul Malik Mujahid has said that Muslims must treat Christmas with respect, even if they disagree with it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Christmas disambiguation.
For other uses, see Christmas Day disambiguation. For Christmas traditions worldwide, see Christmas traditions. A depiction of the Nativity of Jesus with a Christmas tree backdrop. The Herald Angels Sing. Santa Claus , Father Christmas , and Christkind. Christmas controversy and Christmas in Puritan New England. Persecution of Christians in the Soviet Union. Christmas portal Holidays portal Christianity portal.
The Roman calendar used inclusive counting, so the eight days are 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 1. Retrieved September 30, Retrieved December 16, World Religions in Practice. Coptic Orthodox Church Network. Retrieved January 17, The New York Times. Identity Politics and Popular Practice. Robert Appleton Company, Armenian Churches observed the nativity on January 6 even before the Gregorian calendar originated.
Retrieved May 23, University of California Press. In the Council of Tours proclaimed that the entire period between Christmas and Epiphany should be considered part of the celebration, creating what became known as the twelve days of Christmas, or what the English called Christmastide. On the last of the twelve days, called Twelfth Night, various cultures developed a wide range of additional special festivities.
The variation extends even to the issue of how to count the days. If December 26, the day after Christmas, is the first day, then Twelfth Night falls on January 6, the evening of Epiphany itself. After Christmas and Epiphany were in place, on December 25 and January 6, with the twelve days of Christmas in between, Christians slowly adopted a period called Advent, as a time of spiritual preparation leading up to Christmas.
Introduction to Christian Liturgy. We noted above that late medieval calendars introduced a reduced three-day octave for Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost that were retained in Roman Catholic and passed into Lutheran and Anglican calendars. Retrieved November 27, Office of Personnel Management. Retrieved November 18, The Christmas Encyclopedia 3 ed. Christians believe that a number of passages in the Bible are prophecies about future events in the life of the promised Messiah or Jesus Christ.
Most, but not all, of those prophecies are found in the Old Testament Born in Bethlehem Micah 5: A Biographical History of the Christian Church. The birth narrative in Luke's gospel is one of the most familiar passages in the Bible. Leaving their hometown of Nazareth, Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem to pay taxes.
Arriving late, they find no vacancy at the inn. They are, however, offered a stable, most likely a second room attached to a family dwelling where animals were sheltered—a room that would offer some privacy from the main family room for cooking, eating, and sleeping. This "city of David" is the little town of Bethlehem of Christmas-carol fame, a starlit silhouette indelibly etched on Christmas cards. No sooner was the baby born than angels announced the news to shepherds who spread the word.
Degenhard, Therese Brown, Robert C. Prendergast, Sourcebook for Sundays, Seasons, and Weekdays Commemorations of the Martyrs" , The Tertullian Project. Retrieved November 24, Retrieved April 2, Christmas is not really about the celebration of a birth date at all. It is about the celebration of a birth. The fact of the date and the fact of the birth are two different things. The calendrical verification of the feast itself is not really that important What is important to the understanding of a life-changing moment is that it happened, not necessarily where or when it happened.
The message is clear: Christmas is not about marking the actual birth date of Jesus. It is about the Incarnation of the One who became like us in all things but sin Heb. Christmas is a pinnacle feast, yes, but it is not the beginning of the liturgical year. It is a memorial, a remembrance, of the birth of Jesus, not really a celebration of the day itself.
We remember that because the Jesus of history was born, the Resurrection of the Christ of faith could happen. The origins of the celebrations of Christmas and Epiphany, as well as the dates on which they are observed, are rooted deeply in the history of the early church. There has been much scholarly debate concerning the exact time of the year when Jesus was born, and even in what year he was born.
Actually, we do not know either. The best estimate is that Jesus was probably born in the springtime, somewhere between the years of 6 and 4 BC, as December is in the middle of the cold rainy season in Bethlehem , when the sheep are kept inside and not on pasture as told in the Bible.
The lack of a consistent system of timekeeping in the first century, mistakes in later calendars and calculations, and lack of historical details to cross reference events has led to this imprecision in fixing Jesus' birth.
This suggests that the Christmas celebration is not an observance of a historical date, but a commemoration of the event in terms of worship. Throughout the Christian world the 25th of December is celebrated as the birthday of Jesus Christ. There was a time when the churches were not united regarding the date of the joyous event. Many Christians kept their Christmas in April, others in May, and still others at the close of September, till finally December 25 was agreed upon as the most appropriate date.
The choice of that day was, of course, wholly arbitrary, for neither the exact date not the period of the year at which the birth of Christ occurred is known. For purposes of commemoration, however, it is unimportant whether the celebration shall fall or not at the precise anniversary of the joyous event.
For Christians, the precise date of the birth of Jesus is actually something of a non-issue. What really matters is that he was born as a human being, and entered into human history. While the Washington and King birthdays are exclusively secular holidays, Christmas has both secular and religious aspects.
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See the first entry. Retrieved December 28, There is no doubt that A Christmas Carol is first and foremost a story concerned with the Christian gospel of liberation by the grace of God, and with incarnational religion which refuses to drive a wedge between the world of spirit and the world of matter. Both the Christmas dinners and the Christmas dinner-carriers are blessed; the cornucopia of Christmas food and feasting reflects both the goodness of creation and the joy of heaven.
It is a significant sign of a shift in theological emphasis in the nineteenth century from a stress on the Atonement to a stress on the Incarnation, a stress which found outward and visible form in the sacramentalism of the Oxford Movement, the development of richer and more symbolic forms of worship, the building of neo-Gothic churches, and the revival and increasing centrality of the keeping of Christmas itself as a Christian festival.
By the later part of the century cathedrals provided special services and musical events, and might have revived ancient special charities for the poor — though we must not forget the problems for large: The popularity of Dickens' A Christmas Carol played a significant part in the changing consciousness of Christmas and the way in which it was celebrated. The popularity of his public readings of the story is an indication of how much it resonated with the contemporary mood, and contributed to the increasing place of the Christmas celebration in both secular and religious ways that was firmly established by the end of the nineteenth century.
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Retrieved November 19, Retrieved September 10, University Press of Kentucky. Milton was raised an Anglican, trained to become an Anglican minister, and remained an Anglican through the signing of the subscription books of Cambridge University in both and , which demanded an allegiance to the state church and its Thirty-nine Articles.
His father had wanted him to practice law but Milton considered writing poetry his life's work. At 21 years old, he wrote a poem, "On the morning of Christ's Nativity," a work that is still widely read during Christmas. Reformed According to Scripture.
Westminster John Knox Press. Within a few years the Reformed church calendar was fairly well established. The heart of it was the weekly observance of the resurrection on the Lord's Day. Instead of liturgical seasons being observed, "the five evangelical feast days" were observed: They were chosen because they were understood to mark the essential stages in the history of salvation. Journal of the History of Ideas. University of Pennsylvania Press. However, when Thomas Mocket, rector of Gilston in Hertfordshire, decried such vices in a pamphlet to justify the parliamentary 'ban' of Christmas, effective since June Domestic Annals of Scotland , p.
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Moravian Christmas in the South. Christmas in Colonial and Early America. World Book Encyclopedia, Inc. Carols were altered by substituting names of prominent political leaders for royal characters in the lyrics, such as the Three Kings. Church bells were melted down for their bronze to increase the national treasury, and religious services were banned on Christmas Day.
The cake of kings, too, came under attack as a symbol of the royalty. It survived, however, for a while with a new name—the cake of equality. Archived from the original on November 1, How did people celebrate the Christmas during the French Revolution? In white-knuckled terror behind closed doors. Churches across France were renamed "Temples of Reason" and the Notre Dame was "de-baptized" for the occasion.
The Commune spared no expense: Archived from the original PDF on June 3, Retrieved January 12, The Stations of the Sun: A History of the Ritual Year in Britain. What Dickens did advocate in his story was "the spirit of Christmas".
Sociologist James Barnett has described it as Dickens's "Carol Philosophy", which "combined religious and secular attitudes toward to celebration into a humanitarian pattern. It excoriated individual selfishness and extolled the virtues of brotherhood, kindness, and generosity at Christmas. Dickens preached that at Christmas men should forget self and think of others, especially the poor and the unfortunate.
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The League sallied forth to save the day from this putative religious revival. Antireligioznik obliged with so many articles that it devoted an entire section of its annual index for to anti-religious training in the schools. On Thanksgiving Day, families and friends usually gather for a large meal or dinner. Consequently, the Thanksgiving holiday weekend is one of the busiest travel periods of the year. Much like Columbus Day , Thanksgiving is considered by some to be a "national day of mourning", as a celebration of the cultural genocide and conquest of Native Americans by colonists.
Those who sympathize with this view acknowledge it as a small minority view; author and humanist John G. Rodwan, who does not celebrate Thanksgiving, noted "If you put forth the interpretation Since , the United American Indians of New England , a protest group led by Frank "Wamsutta" James has accused the United States and European settlers of fabricating the Thanksgiving story and of whitewashing a genocide and injustice against Native Americans, and it has led a National Day of Mourning protest on Thanksgiving at Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, Massachusetts in the name of social equality and in honor of political prisoners.
On November 27, , as another notable example of anti-Thanksgiving sentiment, hundreds of supporters traveled to Alcatraz on Thanksgiving Day to celebrate the Occupation of Alcatraz which had started a week earlier and lasted until by Native Americans of All Tribes. The American Indian Movement and the Native American Church peyote religion both also hold a negative view of Thanksgiving; the AIM has used it as a platform for protest, most notably when they took over a Mayflower float in a Thanksgiving Day parade.
The perception of Thanksgiving among Native Americans is not, however, universally negative. He compares Thanksgiving to "wopila", a thanks-giving celebration practiced by Native Americans of the Great Plains.
He wrote in The Huffington Post: The fact that it is also a national holiday for all Americans blends in perfectly with Native American traditions. In the early part of the twentieth century, the American Association for the Advancement of Atheism 4A opposed the celebration of Thanksgiving Day, offering an alternative observance called Blamegiving Day, which was in their eyes, "a protest against Divine negligence, to be observed each year on Thanksgiving Day, on the assumption, for the day only, that God exists.
The move by retailers to begin holiday sales during Thanksgiving Day as opposed to the traditional day after has been criticized as forcing under threat of being fired low-end retail workers, who compose an increasing share of the nation's workforce, to work odd hours and to handle atypical, unruly crowds on a day reserved for rest. Such retailers typically open at midnight on the day after Thanksgiving to circumvent the laws as much as legally possible. Entitled " Harvest of Shame ," the hour-long documentary was designed "to shock Americans into action" in regard to the treatment of impoverished migrant workers in the country, hoping to contrast Thanksgiving dinner and its excesses with the poverty of those who picked the vegetables.
Since being fixed on the fourth Thursday in November by law in ,  the holiday in the United States can occur on any date from November 22 to When it falls on November 22 or 23, it is not the last Thursday, but the penultimate Thursday in November.
Regardless, it is the Thursday preceding the last Saturday of November. Because Thanksgiving is a federal holiday , all United States government offices are closed and all employees are paid for that day. It is also a holiday for the New York Stock Exchange and most other financial markets and financial services companies. The date of Thanksgiving Day follows a year cycle, broken only by century years that are not also a multiple of , , , , ….
The cycle break is an effect of the leap year algorithm , which dictates that such years are common years as an adjustment for the calendar-season alignment that leap years provide. Past and future dates of celebration include: The day after Thanksgiving is a holiday for some companies and most schools.
In the last two decades of the 20th century,  it became known as Black Friday , the beginning of the Christmas shopping season and a day for chaotic, early-morning sales at major retailers that were closed on Thanksgiving. A contrasting movement known as Buy Nothing Day originated in Canada in Small Business Saturday , a movement promoting shopping at smaller local establishments, takes place on the last Saturday in November, two days after Thanksgiving. Cyber Monday is a nickname given to the Monday following Thanksgiving; the day evolved in the early days of the Internet, when consumers returning to work took advantage of their employers' broadband Internet connections to do online shopping and retailers began offering sales to meet the demand.
Giving Tuesday takes place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the holiday in general, see Thanksgiving. Family saying grace before Thanksgiving dinner in Neffsville, Pennsylvania , George Washington's Thanksgiving Proclamation, top and For a more comprehensive list, see List of holiday parades.
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