The cozy glow of a Christmas tree provides an ideal context for pajama-clad, cocoa-sipping reading. My favorite Christmas-themed literature, developed through years of just such tree-side reading, includes Clement Moore's famous poem, "'Twas the Night Before Christmas," the humorous and grace-filled book, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, and Charles Dickens' classic redemptive short story, "A Christmas Carol." This year I've been reading blogs, and I've got some quick but reflective reads for you. Enjoy!
Tsh Oxenreider discusses the historical St. Nicholas at The Art of Simple.
Jason Soroski provides some clever insight into the classic Peanuts Christmas special via Crosswalk.
Stephen Miller discusses the real significance of Advent via Relevant.
Duck Dynasty's Missy Robertson explains why we may think of God the same way our young selves thought of Santa.
Emily Freeman talks about what to do with the mixed feelings Christmas sometimes brings on the (in)courage Blog.
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What are your favorite Christmastime reads?