Thoughts and Resources on Christmas

At Christmastime, people often begin to look into the facts and theology surrounding the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. The CADRE has several interesting blog posts about Christmas that are well worth reading. Some are oriented as apologetics tools while others are more reflective. Among them are:



Was Jesus Born in Nazareth or Bethlehem?
          Part I – Introduction







There are lots more, and the listing of these particular articles is not intended to exclude or disparage others that some of our members have worked hard to create and which are equally interesting or important. You can find these other blog posts by typing words like “Bethlehem”, “Christmas”, “Herod”, and “Nazareth” into the search box in the upper right corner. Hopefully, other members or readers will post other important blog posts in the comments section. 

Finally, thank you for your interest. We appreciate our readers very much and wish you all a very Merry Christmas. 

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