Do you believe that Christ was really born on Dec. 25?

November 22, 2009 9:09am CST
Is there any people who does'nt believe that Christ was born on Dec. 25? I really don't believe that Christ was born on that day. How about you?
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6 responses
@cream97 (29169)
• United States
23 Nov 09
Hi, arkin. I have been believing this story all of my life. I wonder sometimes, if Christ was really born on December 25. There is no mention of this date anywhere in the Bible. There are clues leading up to this date. But, I don't think that anyone can be so accurate. I would like to know if this is true too.
23 Nov 09
I also believe in this season when I was kid. And I still wonder why they created this story that christ was really born on Dec. 25 when in fact there's no any scriptures of the exact date of Christ birthday. Is'nt a sin? What do you thinK?
• United States
22 Nov 09
No one knows when christ was born. I christmas is just another man made hoilday to get people to spend money.
23 Nov 09
yeah, i guess so?LOL! I myself, really dont believe that Christ was born on December 25. Thanks for your response. happy mylotting!
@repzkoopz (1895)
• Philippines
22 Nov 09
no one knows the exact date. and it sure is not december 25 coz back then, there was no calendar yet. but december 25 is the closest, according to historians.
23 Nov 09
Yeah, i guess1! Happy mylotting!
@edxcast (1169)
• Ecuador
22 Nov 09
Its a symbolic date you know. No one really knows when Jesus was born.
22 Nov 09
Yeah, right. Is not ven written when was Christ really born. I read from a religious magazine that December 25 was created by Pgans, but not sure if it was true. anyway, thanks for responding!! Happy mylotting!
@matersfish (6311)
• United States
22 Nov 09
Well, I don't know anything about that. But... Do you know how many birthdays there are a year? Hundreds. Literally hundreds! Sorry, sorry. Had to get a Master Shake quote in myLot somewhere. There aren't enough of them floating around.
22 Nov 09
I guess so....happy mylotting!
@deebomb (15323)
• United States
22 Nov 09
The Church of Rome chose December 25 to counteract the pagan celebration of Saturnalia a Roman celebration dealing with the winter solstice. They thought that it was a way of getting the people to worship Christ instead. Christ more likely was born in the spring since Shepherds were out in the fields with the sheep.