Was Jesus really born on December 25th (Christmas Lies)

Tis the season when people start talking about
“Saving Christmas”, because they think there is a “war on Christmas” every time someone
says “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas”. We hear phrases like “Jesus is the reason
for the season” and “put Christ back in Christmas”, but perhaps we should take a moment to find
out if Christ ever truly was in Christmas to begin with. Christmas is one of the most beloved holidays
around the world, and is celebrated in over 160 countries. Christmas is a civil holiday
in many countries, and is celebrated by both Christians and non-christians alike. If Christmas
is really “all about Christ”, then why do so many non-Christians love to celebrate it? Now before you accuse me of being a Scrooge
or a Grinch, please take a moment to consider what I have to say, and test everything with
the Bible to find out what is true. If you have ever wondered if Christians should
celebrate Christmas, then Yule love this teaching. WAS CHRIST REALLY BORN ON DECEMBER 25TH? There has been a lot of speculation and superstition
about the birthday of Jesus (Yeshua, in Hebrew). We can find evidence of this as early as the
third century, however, there is virtually no evidence of Christians even discussing
this issue in the first or second centuries. It was not until the very end of the second
century that it is even mentioned. “There were, however, many speculations in
the 2nd century about the date of Christ’s birth. Clement of Alexandria, towards its
close, mentions several such, and condemns them as superstitions.” (Encyclopedia Britannica,
entry for Christmas) The earliest record we have of any date being
selected comes from Egypt around 200 AD (nearly 200 years after the death and resurrection
of Christ). According to Clement of Alexandria, certain Egyptians assigned the date of Messiah’s
birth to the 25th day of Pachon, which is approximately May 20 on our calendar. It is
also important to note that Clement ridiculed them for being “overly curious” for trying
to set a date for the birth of Christ. This means that the oldest record of anyone trying
to set a date for the birth of Messiah was in the spring, and it was met with opposition
from other Christians. This fact is striking, and should cause us to at least wonder why
the disciples and earliest believers had no interest in discussing the birthday of their
Messiah for the first 200 years. As we study writings from the third, fourth,
and fifth centuries, we find that several different dates were proposed over the years.
Some suggested dates in March or April. January was also a popular month, as well as November.
Apparently, there was no agreement about when He was born, and according to the Catholic
Encyclopedia, there were claims about His birth taking place in every month. “Lupi has shown that there is no month in
the year to which respectable authorities have not assigned Christ’s birth.” (Catholic
Encyclopedia, entry for Christmas) Why was there so much discussion about the
date of Messiah’s birth during the third and fourth centuries, yet total silence on the
subject for the first 200 years of Christianity? If the birthday of Yeshua was so important,
why didn’t the apostles write about it? Surely His disciples would have known His birthday
if it was important, and they would have conveyed it to everyone they taught, yet the writings
from the first and second centuries are completely silent on this topic. It is also important to note that there was
much dispute among Christians in the third century over the issue of celebrating Christ’s
birth at all. One of the theologians who rejected the birth celebration of Christ was Origen
of Alexandria. “As late as 245 Origen, in his eighth homily
on Leviticus, repudiates as sinful the very idea of keeping the birthday of Christ ‘as
if he were a king Pharaoh.'” (Encyclopedia Britannica, entry for Christmas) And according to the Catholic Encyclopedia,
Origen said, “of all the holy people in the Scriptures,
no one is recorded to have kept a feast or held a great banquet on his birthday. It is
only sinners (like Pharaoh and Herod) who make great rejoicings over the day on which
they were born into this world below” (Catholic Encyclopedia, entry for Natal Day) Many people have looked to the Bible for clues
that might provide a key to unlock the secret date of Messiah’s birth. The Gospels provide
us with some important information about His birth that might help us identify if Yeshua
was born in late December or not. The Gospel of Luke tells us that there was
a census which caused Mary and Joseph to travel to Bethlehem to be registered. “And it came to pass in those days that a
decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. This census
first took place while Quirinius was governing Syria. So all went to be registered, everyone
to his own city. Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into
Judea, to the city of David, which is called Bethlehem, because he was of the house and
lineage of David, to be registered with Mary, his betrothed wife, who was with child.” (Luke
2:1-5) We have no historical records to verify when
this census took place, but it is not likely that Ceasar would mobilize an entire population
of people in the middle of winter, which makes December 25 an unlikely date for the birth.
Luke also tells us that there were shepherds watching their sheep in fields at night, which
is yet another indication that this event was probably not during the winter. Although
these clues are hardly conclusive, they do give us good reason to doubt the mid-winter
date, which means further investigation is needed for us to find our answers. The Gospels do give us one clue that is very
helpful in determining the season of Messiah’s birth. In the Gospel of Luke, we are told
that Zacharias was serving as a priest in the Temple during the appointed time for the
division of Abiyah. “There was in the days of Herod, the king
of Judea, a certain priest named Zacharias, of the division of Abijah. His wife was of
the daughters of Aaron, and her name was Elizabeth… So it was, that while he was serving as priest
before God in the order of his division” (Luke 1:5,8) This is one of the most significant clues
for the timing of the birth of John the Baptist and ultimately the birth of Yeshua. If we
can find out when the division of Abiyah served, then we can calculate nine months out to the
birth of John the baptist, and likewise calculate the birth of Yeshua six months later. We know from 1 Chronicles 24:7-18 that there
were twenty-four priestly divisions serving in the temple in rotation, which means each
division served twice per year. Which gives us two possible times during the year that
Zacharias might have served in the Temple, so we can narrow it down to two possible times
when Messiah could have been born. The Scriptures make no mention of when the
division of Abiyah served, the information is recorded in the Mishnah, which explains
that the rotations began with the first division serving at the first Sabbath of the month
of Aviv, and since Abiyah was eighth in the list, he would have served on the 8th Sabbath,
however all of the priests were required to serve in the Temple on Passover, Shavuot,
and Sukkot, which means those weeks the rotation was suspended for the Feast and resumed afterward.
By calculating it out and taking the Feasts into consideration, this would place Zacharias’
service during May or June if he was serving in the first rotation, and December or January
if he was serving in the second rotation. If Zacharias was serving in the first rotation
in June, that would place the birth of John nine months later, around the time of Passover.
How does this help us determine the birth of Yeshua? Because the Bible tells us that
He was conceived in the sixth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy, which would be November or December. “Now indeed, Elizabeth your relative has also
conceived a son in her old age; and this is now the sixth month for her who was called
barren.” (Luke 1:36) If this theory is true, that would mean that
Yeshua was conceived around the time of Hanukkah (the Feast of Dedication), and would place
His birth sometime in August or September, right around the time of the Fall Feasts (Trumpets,
Atonement, and Tabernacles). Because of this, some people have concluded that Yeshua was
born on the Feast of Tabernacles, because John said that “the Word became flesh, and
did tabernacle among us” (John 1:14), however, this is not very likely since everyone would
have been in Jerusalem for the Feast, including Mary and Joseph. It is more likely that His
birth could have been on the Day of Trumpets, because trumpets announce something. The Day
of Trumpets is the time when kings were anointed, and it also announced the coming of the day
of Atonement, signaling the people to repent. This is assuming that Zacharias served in
the first rotation for Abiyah, but if he served in the second rotation, then John would have
been conceived around the time of Hanukkah, and born around the time of the fall Feasts,
which would place the birth of Yeshua during the spring, around the time of Passover. We
can make the same deduction that Yeshua was probably not born on Passover, because His
parents would have been in Jerusalem with everyone else during the Feast. It is interesting that the Gospels mention
the Shepherds keeping watch over their sheep near Bethlehem, because these might have been
the sheep that were used in the Temple service during Passover. Apparently, the year old
lambs that were killed for Passover were born and raised near Bethlehem. Is it possible
that the Lamb of Yahweh was born at the same place and time as the lambs that were used
during the Passover sacrifices at the Temple? Remember that one of the earliest dates suggested
for His birth was in the spring. Perhaps this is why John prophesied saying, “Behold the
Lamb of God!” (John 1:36) We cannot know for sure if He was born in
the fall or spring, but we can say with confidence that He was not born in the middle of winter.
So, if He wasn’t born in winter, why was December 25 selected as the date for this celebration?
According to the Holman Bible Dictionary: “No evidence remains about the exact date
of the birth of Christ. The December 25 date was chosen as much for practical reasons as
for theological ones. Throughout the Roman Empire, various festivals were held in conjunction
with the winter solstice. In Rome, the Feast of the Unconquerable Sun celebrated the beginning
of the return of the sun. When Christianity became the religion of the Empire, the church
either had to suppress the festivals or transform them. The winter solstice seemed an appropriate
time to celebrate Christ’s birth. Thus, the festival of the sun became a festival of the
Son” (Holman Bible Dictionary, entry for Christmas) I have searched a number of Bible dictionaries
and encyclopedias, and they all come to the same conclusion that the date of December
25 was selected to replace the birthday of the Roman sun-god. Pagans worshipped all sorts of things including
the sun, moon, stars, trees, animals, and even man-made idols. However, sun-god worship
was one of the most popular forms of paganism. It can be found in Ancient Egypt, Babylon,
Persia, Greece, and Rome. Many myths in the sun worship cults placed the birth and death
of the sun in the winter, because the days grow shorter and darker that time of year.
But, after the winter solstice the days start getting longer, which caused the pagans to
believe that the sun was born or re-born in the middle of winter each year. That is the real origins of the December 25
date. I would like to take a moment to share a quote
from Charles Spurgeon, who is considered a beloved and highly respected Protestant preacher
from the late 1800’s. Here is what he had to say about the celebration of Christmas. “We have no superstitious regard for times
and seasons. Certainly we do not believe in the present ecclesiastical arrangement called
Christmas. First because we do not believe in any mass at all, but abhor it, whether
it be sung in Latin or in English: Secondly, because we find no scriptural warrant whatever
for observing any day as the birthday of the Savior; and consequently, its observance is
a superstition, because not of divine authority. Superstition has fixed most positively the
day of our Savior’s birth, although there in no possibility of discovering when it occurred.
It was not till the middle of the third century that any part of the church celebrated the
birth of our Lord; and it was not till long after the western Church had set the example,
that the eastern adopted it. Because the day is not known. Probably the fact is that the
“holy” days were arranged to fit in with the heathen festivals. We venture to assert
that if there be any day in the year of which we may be pretty sure that it was not the
day on which our Savior was born it is the 25th of December. Regarding not the day, let
us give God thanks for the gift of His dear Son.” —C. H. Spurgeon Dec. 24, 1871 (Spurgeon,
Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, p. 697)

100 thoughts on “Was Jesus really born on December 25th (Christmas Lies)”

  1. The first mistake is getting your information from the Catholic Church for it is built on lies
    The oldest Christian Religion and closer to the Truth is the Orthodox Church
    The Greek language is the original language of the New Testament and Greek was the first language that the Old Testament was translated from the Hebrew
    If you seek the Truth then look into what the Orthodox and Greek language says
    Not the phoney Catholic Latin

  2. According to Jonathan Cahn……Yeshua was born on March 20, 6BC……look up his YouTube video…..very compelling…….

  3. did you know that the shepherds stayed with the lambs all day and all night only when they gave birth to their babies? it was to make sure that the baby lambs were ok. and lambs only give birth in the spring ( march and April ) which is the first month of the Jewish calendar .

  4. You are talking about Jesus"s birth and I do have doubt that u know when your grandfather was born.We all know Jesus was not born on 25th of Dec. It was just a day found most suitable to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.


  6. According to the Edgar Cayce material: using OUR CURRENT CALENDRICAL SYSTEM, Jesus was indeed born around midnight December 24-25. And speaking of the Bible, Bertrand Comparet found >27,000 mistranslations in the KJV, he did mention he liked the English version, I may have to get one, no wonder the KJV was always incomprehensible to me.

  7. Jesus was like Obama.Trump could get Jesus to show his birth certificate. So ask the Donald to harass Jesus for a copy.

  8. +KING DAVID : No my Hebrew Yisrealite Brother of Zion Yahushua the Messiah isn't dead. And Yahushua the Messiah WASN'T Caucasian European either he was Black like you. Revelation 1:14-15 we the curses placed onto the Ancient Children of Yisrael by the Most High our Elohim Yahuah the Ancient of days put CURES upon our Ancient Ancestors that right you are a BLOODLINE Misphacha (Family Member) to our Lord, Savoir and Bridegroom Yahushua the Messiah he was your family by DNA. He only come unto the Lost Sheep of Yisrael. Shalom my Hebrew Yisrealite Misphacha.

    PS. Awesome username
    KING DAVID because he is one Grandfathers MEANING one of our Forefathers the so called Negroes are the Real modern-day descendants of the Ancient Children of Yisrael. We are the Real JUDEANS /JEWS…..scattered to 4 CORNERS of the Earth as Bondmen and Bondwomen Deuteronomy 28:68.

  9. + PACMAN  : I believe "MICHAEL JOE JACKSON" very well maybe still ALIVE and if he is he better start ASAP at realizing the he and the Jackson family are the Real JUDEANS /JEWS the Real modern-day descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Yisrael/Yacov.

  10. All knows that jesus was born on exactly on dec 25th, but bible saying jesus was born for us in this world so its not a problem if we celebrating Christmas, but we have to give important for jesus christ more on that day but now a days celebration going in wrong ways, however celebrating Christmas, good Friday,Easter is days is the ways to tell about jesus christ those who not know still about jesus christ.

  11. Jesus was born around the end of September or the Hebrew month of Tishri. This date can be approximated based on when Hebrew shepherds normally tended their flocks in open fields and according to the account of Mary and Elizabeth's pregnancies.

    What month was Jesus born in?

    As we look at the story of when Jesus was born we often think of the shepherds in the fields watching over their flocks. What can this evidence tell us about the date of Jesus’ birth? Were the flocks in the field around the time of our modern-day Christmas, December 25?

    Let’s look at what the Bible says in Luke 2:8-9. “Now there were in the same country shepherds living out in the fields, keeping watch over their flock by night. And behold, an angel of the Lord stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were greatly afraid.”

    According to Bible commentator Adam Clarke it was customary for the Jews to send their sheep to pasture from the spring until early October. As the cold winter months began, the flocks would return from the fields for shelter and warmth. Since the shepherds were still tending their flocks in the fields around Bethlehem it can be concluded that the angels announced the news of Jesus’ Birth no later than October.

    Clues to Determine Jesus’ Birthday

    We can find some additional clues to answer the question of “when was Jesus really born” by looking at the birth of John the Baptist. Luke chapter one tells of Zacharias who was from the priestly order of Abijah and that after his days of service in the temple his barren wife Elizabeth became pregnant with John the Baptist. In the sixth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy Gabriel visited Mary with the news that she would give birth to Jesus. The approximate month of Jesus’ birth can thus be determined by counting from the date of Zacharias’ priestly service until the birth of Jesus.

    Jewish priests were divided into 24 courses which ministered throughout the year in the temple. The order of Abijah was the eight priestly course (1 Chronicles 24:6-19) and served in the temple the 10th week of the priestly cycle. The start of the 10th week coincided with the second Sabbath in the month of Sivan. Sivan runs approximately from mid-May to mid-June. Soon after Zechariah returned from his priestly duties Elizabeth became pregnant with John the Baptist.

    Luke 1:24-28, 31 records these events, “Now after those days his wife Elizabeth conceived; and she hid herself five months, saying, ‘Thus the Lord has dealt with me, in the days when He looked on me, to take away my reproach among people.’ Now in the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a city of Galilee named Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David. The virgin’s name was Mary. And having come in, the angel said to her, ‘Rejoice, highly favored one, the Lord is with you; blessed are you among women!’…And behold, you will conceive in your womb and bring forth a Son, and shall call His name Jesus.”

    The Exact Day of Jesus' Birth?

    Therefore, according to the texts above we can approximate the month of Jesus’ birth to be around the time of Tishri (mid to late September). To arrive at this date, start at the conception of John the Baptism, Sivan (June), count forward six months to arrive at Gabriel’s announcement of the conception of Jesus, Kislev (December), then count forward nine months, the time it takes for human gestation, to reach Tishri (September), when Jesus was born.

    Jesus Birth, Death and Resurrection

    The exact date of Jesus’ birth may not be known, however the Bible gives us clues to help determine the year and time of the year when He was born. We can rest assured that Jesus died for our sins (Galatians 3:13), rose again (1 Corinthians 15:3-6), and that He will one day come back to take us to heaven (1 Thessalonians 4:16-17). Image such a sacrifice. Imagine leaving the glory of heaven to save humanity? Imagine the people who would reject the message of love and mercy. During this year, think upon Jesus, His sacrifice, and His mercy. Ask yourself how can I live like He lived? How can I share His message with those around me?

  12. I believe through study of the scripture and what I believe with all my heart is the direction of the Holy Spirit, that Christ was born in early September.

  13. Everyone knows Dec. 25th is not "the" date. But, it's a time Christians selected to formally recognize His birth. (And, yes, of course we should recognize EVERY day…duh) But, there is NO argument that other religions hijacked our holiday. Kwanza…LOL. I don't know my dogs birthday…so I pick a day and give formal recognition of his birth. Doesn't our Lord deserve as much?

  14. The bible goes into detail about the alignment of the stars at the time of his birth. That alignment has only happened one time, September 11.

  15. it seems a couple of assumptions have been made here. firstly remember that when the Magi came and asked where is the one born king of the Jews, Herod ordered that all children born in the past two years were to be killed. this gives a huge incentive not to make note of his birth. it's just the sort of information that would get him collared. (we don't know if Herod was alive during Jesus' ministry but he could have left orders to kill him if ever the king of the Jews appeared)
    second you taking a very western seasonal view on the time of year. it may well have been mid winter in Europe and north America, but in Israels it would have been early winter and they have a warmer climate being in a near tropical zone. yes it would have been cold but generally above 7'C. it's not Moscow, Aberdeen or New York but still cold enough for them to be worried about finding shelter, lending credence to them being happy with a stable to rest. it's doubtful the magi were riding Bactrian camels and with the long nights shepherds would most likely be more watchful of there flocks hence staying up to keep away predators.
    And one last thing, you may want to check out the tales of the yule tide festival in Britain. the best lies have a grain of truth in them.

  16. This is ridiculous… Catholicism was created many many years after the death of our lord….and at no time is Catholicism mentioned in the bible…besides Catholicism takes away all sign of prayer except thru an idiot they call … Preist…. or this is a good one … a POPE… who are these people to be able to give forgiveness by going to a confessional…. true Christians have the ability to prey and ask for forgiveness thru prayer directly to our lord… the bible also mentions not to worship idols… hence….prayer beads….those are modern day idols used as a prayer element… Catholicism is a social religion and as the bible says… THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST SALUTE YOU….. NOT THE CATHOLICS SALUTE YOU….Christmas is a Catholic holiday hence… a Christ Mas… and 1 last this…what difference does it make when and how Christ was born and raised…. THE IMPORTANT THING IS THE FACT THAT HE DIED FOR ALL OUR SINS AND WAS RISEN…. HE DIDN'T ASK A POPE OR PREIST IF HER COULD RIDE OR FOR THEIR FORGIVENESS…. GOD HIMSELF MADE ALL THAT POSSIBLE… and I don't believe that God nor Jesus condones the practice of molesting all those INNOCENT little boys that the CATHOLICS try to protect or hide from the authorities…. GOD hates a LIER and those people lie to protect

  17. No, Christ was not born on Christmas. Christmas, the 25th Day of December, is just one of the shortest days of the year based on paganism.

  18. You have to start with when John was born since Jesus was born 6 months after him. When you follow Johns Dad etc… 9 months etc… to birth you end up in the month of September. Starting with the middle to end of the month and this is when Jesus was born.

  19. But wouldn’t Zechariah ‘s high priestly service Luke 1 be happening on the Day of Atonement? Because the Bible gives a clue that the people could not see Zachariah while he was offering incense, and the high priest during Yom Kippur, being in the Holy of Holies, was behind the veil, this not visible to the people. Also, if he was raising incense on Yom Kippur, in late September, six months would be March, which means another three months would be June. June 24 is the traditional feast day for the Birthday of Saint John the Baptist. By this time, Mary was in her third month, since she only stayed in Judea until St. John the Baptist was born to care for Elizabeth . Six months later would be December.

  20. The truth of the bible never stopped Christians from introducing Pagan beliefs and practices throughout history of the church. So why stop with 25 Dec.

  21. Shalom brother Meyer, I am very happy to hear all that you said, the failure of reading the Bible/Cepher, was the blindness of many, and YAHUSHA said before ascension to Heaven was The Truth Spirit, the Comforter, Helper, The Holy Ghost who will teach us, bringing every Truth message sending by YAHUAH, and remind us of what has being thought us beforehand, so at the present Time this is the hidden things bringing to the exposition through the Power of the RUACH HA’QODESH, – Holy Spirit, and also translating YAHUAH’S NAME, into what has nothing to do with languages, I take that as lacking of reverence YAHWEH and making mockery of HIS Name , that is why there were no What we can call manifestions of YAHWEH for we addressed HIM with a wrong Name , but HE was a Compassionate FATHER and Creator of the Universe, but operate through Our Hearts and know the genuine of the Truth Faith in our Hearts, any way there is a lot of discovering of the TRUTH about our Heavenly FATHER YAHUAH ADONAI thank you.

  22. I have no problem celebrating the birthday of Messiah. My question is why did they choose December 25. What’s so special about that day?

  23. It isn't really important. Otherwise God would have said so. The fact the calender has changed and no one knows because of that change alone makes It also unimportant. But if you look at it as seasons ( remember God uses seasons ) he is pretty consistent .Christ comes back at the end of the season of the locusts which that end of the season is around September so it would just make sense that that is when he was born which puts his conception around December. That and what zacharia was doing, (makes it kinda add up) like you explained . plus they never would have traveled in the middle of winter if Mary was 8 to 9 months pregnant.

  24. Jesus christ is birthday is not on christmas this is a complete lie. Jesus origins makes no sense at all. His birthday is not on Christmas and you people have been deceive by what you believe in. This is a lie

  25. 9/11/3BC which is 7/1 on the Jewish lunar calendar. Revelation 12 and malkisadek, king ruler or Jupiter Regulus. When the sun is in Virgo and the moon at her feet and Jupiter is in conjunction with the star Regulus in Leo on the day of the second new year the start of the feast of trumpets. A very rare astronomical event. That’s my bet.

  26. Jesus was born on the first day of Hanukkah (Kislev 25, Dec 24 in 5 BC). The Jews recorded in Seder Olam that the two temples fell when the first order of the 24 orders of priests were on duty. The priest serve continuously in 24 week cycles from 972 BC when David ordained them. Even the exile and return did not break it. We can validate with astronomy that the Sunday before Av 10 of 586 BC and AD 70 differ by multiples of 168 = 24×7. It proves that the record is true. Thus we can derive that in the fall feast of 6 BC, the eight order was in service in Sept, when Zecharis was in the temple and saw the vision, and John the Baptist was conceived. Jesus was conceived 6 months later in Mar 5 BC, and was born in Dec 5 BC. By topological prophecy, Jesus was born on the first day of Hanukkah, being the "light of the world", and his body was the new temple. The early church was mostly Jewish, so there was no need to separate the Christmas from the Hanukkah. Only when the Roman empire accepted Christianity, and they wanted to differ from the Judaizers, when the Church wanted the separation. But since they could only find that Kislev 25 was roughly Dec 25, therefore they fixed Christmas on Dec 25. It has nothing to do with the bithday of the Sun on the Winter Solstice on Dec 22, or the Saturnalia on Dec 26. The Devil is in the details, or the lack of paying attention to details. The birthday of our lord Jesus was on Kislev 25 = Dec 24 of 5 BC, which was the Christmas Eve. The tradition is correct, and the error range is within one day. Let us not unlearn the truth, but indeed unlearn the lies which the unbelievers set up to attack Christmas. In the name of Yeshuah of Nazareth.

  27. Yes, Jesus was born in December, around the 25th. The bible makes it very clear when his Birth Date was. This being September 11th 3 B.C.. Simple math from Sept 11th minus 9 months, gives you time of around December 25th.

    Most people have confused what Born and Birth mean. The original meaning for born was the when the Egg was fertilized, thus a Soul is Born. Birth is when your mother delivers you onto this Earth.

  28. There's an old saying calling the devil the old Capricorn . December is hunting season for mouth antlered animals . Also the time when we make gifts from their skin jerky antlers . This goes back to the old days of the Lord in the lady a pagan thing and I think maybe that's where Jesus's birthday in December comes from .

  29. The reason why the birthday is unknown is because back then people in general did not celebrate birthdays… it was only done for kings, thats why the reference to Pharaoh …. Jesus was born into a working family.

  30. no i was born February 24 2 years after princess Daniela Joseph was paid only silver February 18 he gave his gold for Mary and i

  31. Jesús birth is very important but jesus never commands use to celebrate his birth and the bible dosent state what year or date jesus was born. Christmas is a misleading holiday from satin and his demons. jesus birth is to be celebrated everyday not just one day.

  32. It's about freedom of religion,… there's is a one true God but until the people are awaken they won't understand

  33. Jesus was born on the Winter Solstice and died on the Spring Equinox. John the Baptist was born on the Summer Solstice. There is no Pagan influence in Christianity. Everything about the way it is practiced today is 100% in the bible. Even the part where Jesus' father, Santa Claus, makes toys for good children because he knows everything. Don't tell me I'm wrong or you'll be insulting my religious beliefs.

  34. Yes, there is a war on Christmas.
    And no, Christ was not born on 25 December, he was born, probably, in the Spring or Outumn.. The 25 th December was an adaptation because in that day , pagan religions already celebrated the birth of other gods so that day was kept , to be easier to assimilate to converters from pagans to christians.
    Christians were persecuted in the begining, they are now again in islamic countries and Christmas is being more and more shoved to the side in european countries and in the US, especialy in countries were is a growing muslim community.
    ( surprise surprise —.— )

  35. Check the dead sea scrolls. In the list for the priestly order there Zacharia served in the 11th order. If you do the calculation according to that list YaHshua is born during the time of the Fall feasts. Interesting to note the difference between the bible and the Dead sea scrolls. Was the list in the bible changed to disguise the truth???? perhaps something such as the fact that he was born on the day of Atonement ?? [comming into the world to make atonement for our sins? and going out on the day of Passover thus fulfilling both these two sacrifices for salvation and redemption.?? Nevertheless the Dead Sea scroll list puts the time of the angel appearing to Mary around the time of ""25 Dec"". I will say no more. Thank you for your work.

  36. Jesus was born Dec 25. I too once believed the Anti Christmas lies. Satan knows Christmas gets people thinking about Jesus more than any other time. There is much we have been led to believe that is false. Ask yourself, why are so many atheistic  anti Christian groups opposed to Christmas? See this video – Was Christ Born on December 25? Yes! (Dr Marshall #195) from New Saint Thomas Institute. Don't be cheated out of one of the most blessed celebrations the Lord has given us.

  37. Jesus was born Nisan 1, 6 B.C.

    Reason why we are all confused because we are looking at the wrong calendar. We need to look at the Jewish calendar. 😁

  38. Growing up Jehovah witness, I know that want his birthday but the reality is that we celebrate it as the day he became man as it was prophesied. But sadly that’s not always the case.

  39. I think he was born on October 31st and society has been inverted to celebrate satan instead. Just a hunch but after looking into it, it's just as possible. Subversion these days is awful.

  40. Luke 1:26 . The angel Gabriel came in the 6th month. Count 9 months from Adar to Kislev. Jewish calendar is lunar not solar like Gregorian calendar (est 1582). Jesus was born on the full moon in Kislev (Revelation 12:1-2). 8 days later is Hannukah after Mary's purifying. Kislev does not always fall at your Christmas time.

  41. Now go out and buy yourself a nice Jewish calendar. First every one tells us Tammuz and Invictus were born on the Julian calendar of Dec. 25. Then you throw out books like Macabees that tell you a little about what was going on. The Greeks desecrated the temple on Kislev the 25. (I Maccabees 1:54-61). Looks like you are celebrating a whole bunch of bad things without knowing it. Buy a Jewish calendar.

  42. If his birth is not important then why
    The angels sing Glory to God in the highest?
    Why does His birth was prophesied?
    Why did the sign ( the star ) appeared so brighly?
    And why did the Magi took all the trouble studying to learn about the birth of the Messiah?
    You called yourself Christian but disgust on the celebration of the coming of Christ as the Savior?

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