While not traditionally Christmas songs, these melodies remind us why the incarnation of the Savior of the world was oh so glorious.
Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” topped the Billboard top 100 for the first time 25 years after its release.
Yes, the Christmas song asks a rhetorical question, but while communicating well-known truths about Jesus and his glory. It’s actually better than a lot of other favorites.
Listening to Mannheim Steamroller at Christmas sounds like Jim McMahon’s shades harbored a secret desire to be a classical conductor.
Anyone who has even a slight familiarity with the biblical account of Christ’s conception and birth shouldn’t need to ask if Mary knew, because the Bible plainly tells us she did.
While I stand by my decision to start Christmas carols in October, I accept that some of them are just terrible.
The original Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols began in Cambridge, England, and has migrated all over the world.
Public schools really need Bill Nye to break out his debunker on their selection of Christmas music for recitals and pageants.
Most public places don’t play real Christmas songs. We do.
Here’s a playlist (complete with a Spotify link) of classic Christmas songs, from the forties forward.
Live Aid and its famous Christmas song aren’t just qualitatively lame. They’re ineffective and condescending.
‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ is not a how-to manual for date rape but rather a stylized depiction, akin to a ballet in words, of that strange male-female dance known as courtship.
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