Why we traditionally celebrate Christmas Day on 25th December and when other people celebrate Christmas around the world.
Dec 24, 2012 ... Most Christians today probably can't imagine Christmas on any other day than December 25, but it wasn't always that way. In fact, for the first ...
Dec 25, 2015 ... Christmas is on Dec. 25, but it wasn't always. Dec. 25 is not the date mentioned in the Bible as the day of Jesus's birth; the Bible is actually ...
Christmas, the holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, is celebrated by a majority of Christians on December 25 in the Gregorian calendar. But early ...
Read Andrew McGowan's article “How December 25 Became Christmas” as it originally appeared in Bible Review, December 2002.—Ed.
Dec 1, 2017 ... On December 25th, nine in 10 Americans will celebrate Christmas, but few understand why. Everyone knows the trappings associated with the ...
The history behind how Christmas came to be celebrated at the end of December may have little to do with the actual date of Jesus's birth.
If it was not the birth of Christ which set Christmas Day apart from others in the calendar, what was it? ... Okay, so Jesus probably wasn't born on December 25th .
Various factors contributed to the selection of December 25 as a date of celebration: it was the ...
Dec 25, 2018 ... The date of December 25 with wrapped boxes and a wreath ... We often think of the Nativity as the “first Christmas.” But was it? It depends upon ...