What is the True Meaning of Christmas?
How Should Christians Respond to the "War on Christmas?"
Do some Christmas Traditions have Pagan Origins?
Should we have a Christmas Tree?
Does Giving Gifts take away from the True Meaning of Christmas?
Why is the Virgin Birth so Important?
Was Jesus born on December 25th?
What does the Bible say about the Three Wise Men?
What Should Parents tell their children about Santa Claus?
What is an Advent Calendar? How does it relate to Christmas?
What was the Star of Bethlehem?
Does Luke's Claim that Jesus was born in Bethlehem at the time of Quirinius census match the historical record?
Why did the Maji bring gold, frankincense, and myrrh to Jesus?
Is it wrong to say "Xmas" instead of 'Christmas?"
Courage and Godspeed,
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Great resource, thanks Chad!
Thanks Dan! Hope all is well with you and yours and have a very Merry Christmas!
Hi! Chad, i browsed your resource 'what is the star of bethlehem?'. we should always be reminded of your great and timeless point in biblical interpretation - to translate a word in the normal sense unless compelling evidence suggest otherwise. sharing this improve our understanding of the word 'miracle' from my contribution in academia . edu . a miracle is a supernatural act of God that happens in the physical world. He circumvented, shortcircuited, shortcutted, suspended temporarily and so forth the normal course of the laws of sciences which laws He created himself. this process of for example suspending temporarily a law is currently unobservable, unmeasurable, undetectable by our current instruments. My view is the glory of God will not be reduced when in the future our technology can observe this miraculous process in the physical world. you may be interested to read my Academia Letter Superluminal Communication in the Bible and God's Design of Marriage. God bless your work. God bless your loved ones even more
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