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Debunking Myths of the Candy Cane

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November 11 2017

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Myth: Candy Canes are symbols of Christ No, they are not. It's just silly to think this. This idea that candy canes are symbols for christ has been circulating around since the late 90s with an email, excerpt below: A candymaker in Indiana wanted to make a candy that would be a witness, so he made the Christmas Candy Cane. He incorporated several symbols from the birth, ministry, and death of Jesus Christ. This is proven to be a false history of the candy cane and is pretty much par for the course as far as Christianity goes. One part of this myth is that, like the Ichthys symbol, it was used to denote that you were Christian at a time in Europe where Christians were heavily persecuted... Not sure when that was but hey let them have it. I mean it's not like persecution isn't deeply ingrained in every level of their culture. More on Candy Cane Myths ➽➽➽ Subscribe to this channel ➽➽➽ Follow me on Twitter ➽➽➽ Become a Patron ➽➽➽ LIKE on Facebook ➽➽➽ Original Motto Project ----------------------------------- Facebook ⇛⇛⇛ Twitter ⇛⇛⇛ Website ⇛⇛⇛ Sub to Initial Reaction Theater: ➽➽➽ Sub to GEPLays: GEPlays on FB: Outro by Goombah: Get cool gear on Spreadshirt!: Get cool secular gear at Be Secular.:

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