- Christmas - ReligionFacts
Christmas (from Old English Christes maesse, "Christ's mass") is the festive celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, observed each year on December 25 History of Christmas Christians have been celebrating Jesus' birth on December 25 since at least the early fourth century
- Judaism - ReligionFacts
History of Judaism History is of the utmost importance in Judaism Whereas the sacred texts of most ancient religions focus on myths and philosophical concepts, the Jewish Bible is centered around historical narrative; and most Jewish holidays are intended to connect modern Jews with their historical ancestors and traditions
- The Babylonian Connection to Christmas - Mystery, Babylon
Article which describes the origins of Christmas, and the connection it has to this ancient system of Babylon
- Why is Christmas on Dec. 25? A brief history lesson that . . .
I published this last year, but, given that it’s Christmas, it seems like a good day to do it again: Christmas is on Dec 25, but it wasn’t always Dec 25 is not the date mentioned in the
- Baptist Holidays - Calendar and Dates - icalendars. net
Baptist Holidays in the USA in 2018, 2019 and 2020, calendar of future baptist events in all states
- Jesus - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jesus of Nazareth, also known as Jesus Christ, was a Jewish teacher and reformer of religion who has become the central figure of Christianity Christians follow the example of Jesus, accept his words to be true, and worship him as God He is one of the most famous, most recognized, and most influential persons in the history of the world Most historians agree that he was a Jew from a place
- Christianity - Christian practice in the modern world . . .
Christianity - Christian practice in the modern world: The 20th century continued to generate important Christian myths and legend-based practices, including pilgrimages made on Marian feast days to holy wells and fairy rings outside the Irish town of Sneem and devotions at the tomb of Christ in Japan, where, according to local legend, Christ ended the long life of missionary travels he began
- The picture of Christ in the early church: The Apostles’ Creed
The picture of Christ in the early church: The Apostles’ Creed Even before the Gospels were written, Christians were reflecting upon the meaning of what Jesus had been and what he had said and done It is a mistake, therefore, to suppose that such reflection is a later accretion upon the simple message of the Gospels