During earlier times, Father’s Day was known by the name of Great Sky-Father’s Day. Celebrating Father’s Day gives honor to the pagan sky god Caelus (Jupiter also) and the summer solstice.
Even the modern practice of giving fathers neckties as a present on this day is connected with Father’s Day’s original pagan rituals. During Roman and Grecian times, animals ready to be sacrificed were recognized by the ties of ribbon that were placed around their necks on this day; today its Dads who are being offered up as sacrifices to the Great Sky Father god, through gifts of the necktie!
The Most High YHWH has given us Holy Days throughout the year to celebrate, NOT man-made holi-days. Worldwide acceptance of pagan holidays does not change the Commandments given by the Most High.
Commandment Number One states: Exodus 20:3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
Father’s Day gods along with Mother’s Day goddesses still count as putting other gods before Yah.