Saint Nicholas vs Arius Christmas Stocking




As the legend goes, Saint Nicholas was present at the Church’s First Ecumenical Council at Constantine’s summer palace in Nicea in 325. Hundreds of Bishops gathered there to refute the false views of Arius, a presbyter from Alexandria. Arius denied Christ’s deity. At one point while Arius was addressing the council, Jolly ol’ Saint Nicholas’s rage got the better of him. According to some of his biographers, Nicholas stood up, crossed the floor and promptly punched Arius in the face for his heretical views. We may not know the truth of this account until heaven, but it makes a great story about zeal for truth about Jesus Christ! Merry Christmas.

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Warm the hearts of your loved ones with this Christmas stocking! A timeless symbol of joy and giving, it’s a must-add to your holiday decorations. The stocking’s softness invites warm feelings, while the white fold-over cuff adds an elegant touch to its festive look. With a loop for hanging, showcase it on your festive display with pride.

• 100% polyester
• 7″ × 18″ (17.8 cm × 45.7 cm)
• Off-white color fill on the other side
• White fold-over cuff
• Comes with a loop for hanging it up
• Blank product sourced from China

Additional information

Weight 0.07 lbs


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