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Marry Christmas !!!

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by felician, Dec 24, 2006.

  1. felician

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    Hi people!

    Christmas Day falls on December 25. It is preceded by Christmas Eve on December 24, and in some countries is followed by Boxing Day on December 26. Some Eastern Orthodox Churches celebrate Christmas on January 7, which corresponds to December 25 on the Julian calendar. December 25 as a birthdate for Jesus is merely traditional, and is not thought to be his actual date of birth.

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    I've heard that Jesus was born on April 16 6AD. This would line up with Quirinius' first term in office, but the date is based on Jupiter positioned in the constellation Ares. I do not believe the star was a wandering star, but something else, something able to "come directly over the house." No sé.

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