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The Christmas Story: What Really Happened
The Christmas Story: What Really Happened
Dr. Chuck Missler, a widely recognized Biblical authority, updates his classic study of Christmas for 2007. He explores the background, and myths, surrounding our favorite holiday.
  • What really happened in Bethlehem two thousand years ago?
  • Who were the "Magi"?
  • Why a virgin birth?
  • What does a Christmas tree have to do with it?
Each year at Christmas we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

After the New Year, we struggle to remember to add a year as we date our checks, which should remind us that the entire Western World reckons its calendar from the birth of the One who changed the world more than any other before or since.

It is disturbing to discover that much of what we have been taught about the Christmas season seems to be more tradition than truth. Santa Claus isn't the only myth or legend that has arisen out of this season.

On what "loophole" does the Messianic hope rest?

This study contains 2 hours of teachings.

Produced by Koinonia House
Run time: 2 hours
$19.95
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