For the first 3 centuries of Christianity’s existence, Jesus Christ’s birth wasn’t celebrated. When church officials settled on December 25 at the end of the third century, they likely wanted the date to coincide with existing pagan festivals honoring Saturn (the Roman god of agriculture) and Mithra (the Persian god of light). That way, it became easier to convince Rome’s pagan subjects to accept Christianity as the empire’s official religion.
It’s All Hotting Up at Ford All-New Ford GT Carbon Fibre Supercar Just back from a test drive in the rather good Ford Ranger Pick-up and recent launches of two of the best selling cars in the world made by Ford. The New #Mondeo and New #Focus. #Performance it appears is now on the list for the global manufacturer and not just another hot hatch. That comes next week with the launch of the exciting #FocusST No here we have it an Ultra High Performance Supercar. #Ford #Driving