Christianity

“Through Jesus Christ the World will yet be a Better Place”-Pres. Truman, & notable Christmas Acknowledgments Through History!

Taking a moment to wish everyone at Wow! Magazine and our readers a very special Merry Christmas.  Peace and blessings to all. American Minute by William Federer “When the time had fully come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were [Read More]

Celebrating Greatness

Famous Composers & Carols!

American Minute by William J. Federer Many famous composers wrote greatly loved Christmas music. In 1741, George Frideric Handel wrote his oratorio Messiah. In 1734, Johann Sebastian Bach wrote his Christmas Oratorio. Twenty years after composer Johann Sebastian Bach died, Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany, and baptized [Read More]

Politics

Bookworm Beat 12/24/16 — a Christmas round-up of posters on current issues

To begin with, you see above these words a reminder that, because patriots of old were willing to spend an unusually cold Christmas day in 1776 crossing an ice-filled river, hiking on freezing country roads, and fighting, all while ill-clothed and ill-shod, America got the best Christmas gift of all: [Read More]

Pop culture

Merry Christmas Darling

By Mike McDaniel: Greeting cards have all been sent The Christmas rush is through But I still have a wish to make A special one for you… Thus begins one of the most achingly beautiful, vocally perfect Christmas songs of all time, yet one not nearly as universally known as it [Read More]

PC-Silliness

Yes, Virginia, there is a war on Christmas

It is starting to look a lot like Christmas Lots selling Christmas Trees? Check! Christmas lights going up? Check! Christmas specials on TV? Check! Fascists trying to stamp out all  vestiges of Christmas? Check! With Christmas approaching, universities are cracking down on potentially offensive religious decorations, all but banning displays [Read More]