This edition of Saturday Good Reads is all about Christmas – in fiction, faith, literature, poetry, history, culture, and music.
Father in Every Way but One – Chris Thomas at The Ploughman’s Rest.
A Leprechaun for Christmas – at Dancing Priest.
Key of David – Rebecca Martin at The Rabbit Room.
Theopolis Podcast: The Conception of John the Baptist—Luke 1 (Types of the Nativity) – Alastair Roberts at Adversaria.
O Little Town of Bethlehem – Warren Peel at Gentle Reformation.
When Christmas Uncovers Difficult Memories – Lara d’Entremont at Gospel-Centered Discipleship.
O Come Let Us Adore Him – Sandra Jantzi at Word for Word.
'A Christmas Carol’s' lesser-known successor gets its moment in the spotlight - Alison Flood at The Guardian.
Christmas Dinner with G.K. Chesterton – Chuck Chalberg at The Imaginative Conservative.
Somewhere Near Christmas – Jerry Barrett at Gerald the Writer.
The Light of Bethlehem – John Banister Tabb at Kingdom Poets (D.S. Martin).
The Robin’s Christmas Eve – Spitalfields Life.
Christmas Scenes from Dennis Severs’ House – Spitalfields Life.
The Christmas Truce of 1914 – Stephen Masty at The Imaginative Conservative.
Henry’s Last Christmas – Sarah Kay Bierle at Emerging Civil War.
Why Christmas Ghost Stories? – Rhys Laverty at Mere Orthodoxy.
Keeping Christmas – Maclin Horton at The Lamp Magazine.
Christmas in the South – Micah Mattix at The Spectator.
Holiday Ride – Chevrolet.
All I Really Need to Know I Learned from ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ – B.J. Hollars at The Millions.
O Holy Night – The Canadian Tenors.
Music for a While, #56: Welcome Christmas – Jay Nordlinger at New Criterion.
O Holy Night (Cantique de Noël) Flute – Jennifer and Matthew Mazzoni, Flute/Piano (The Mazzoni Duo).
Passion: O Come All Ye Faithful (His Name Shall Be) – Melodie Malone
Top photograph by Red Charlie via Unsplash. Used with permission.