This year, christmas is one of the most important holidays of the year for Christians.

While there is no official government calendar, the most common way of celebrating Christmas is to turn to the bible to find out what Christmas is about.

The bible is filled with Christmas stories, so Christians often refer to the holiday as the “Bible Year.”

Many people also believe the Bible is the word of God, so when it comes to Christmas, Christians refer to themselves as “Christians.”

However, many people disagree with the word “christian” as a term.

Some believe the term is offensive to Christians who practice Judaism, a religious denomination that holds traditional beliefs about God.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Southern Baptist Convention has more than 25,000 chapters across the U.S. and the U, but many of them are not explicitly Christian.

In recent years, the organization has worked to promote tolerance, diversity, and inclusion, and is committed to supporting people of all faiths, including Christians.

Many Christians have also argued that the word is offensive, even though many Bible stories are told in the Bible.

According to the National Council of Churches, more than 60 percent of Christians are members of one of its religious groups.

“It’s the word Christians use, it’s the way they are used,” said Brian E. Miller, the executive director of the Southern Baptists’ Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, which is a Christian organization.

“There’s a lot of confusion.

The term Christian is not really what we believe.”

Miller says the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, a leading conservative Christian organization, believes that the Bible’s story about Jesus and his family is a “true” account.

“If you read the Bible, Jesus and the people of Israel, Jesus was the father of God,” Miller said.

“And we don’t want to use the word ‘Christian’ because it has the word in it, we want to make sure it’s a true story.”

The Southern Poverty Center estimates there are more than 500,000 Christians in the U and around 10 million worldwide.