Ever wonder why Christmas is on Dec. 25 or why the Catholic Church set this date for the Nativity? The Talmud states that the truest Jewish prophets were born during Passover and died during Passover. Since the gospels inform us that Jesus was crucified during a Passover, it can be reasoned that, as a Jewish prophet, he was also born during a Passover. Therefore, Jesus lived an integral life, or one of perfection with time. This is not a new idea. Many of the early Church Fathers thought about this concept, but the political climate of the period halted its full development--that is, until now.
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About the Author
Robert William Weber was born in Illinois, and spent most of his life there. He majored in History-Education at Illinois State University graduating with Department Honors, and continued his graduate education at the University of Nebraska-Kearney, graduating with a Master of Arts degree in History. He has been a computer technician and secondary teacher in public schools in Arizona and Illinois. He lives in Illinois with his wife Gisela.