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The verb in Gal 4:4 is ginomai (Strong 1096) which means 'to come' or 'to become'. God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, [Galatians 4:4 KJV] ο θεος τον υιον αυτου γενομενον εκ γυναικος γενομενον υπο νομον [TR, undisputed] The English word 'born' (which is somwewhat ambiguous) is not available in Greek which is more precise and ...


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Early Quakers did not observe Christmas nor mark other 'times and seasons'. They believed that no day was more holy than any other, and believed that each day, and all of life, was sacred (Quaker Faith and Practice 27.39 and 27.42), which is not the same as saying they taught Christ was born in Autumn! However, books have been written by some who believe ...


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Do any denomination teach that Jesus was born in the Autumn? It seems that the Restored Church of God does teach this. Much evidence exists. If God intended for us to celebrate Christ’s birthday, He would have had the scriptures record the time of His birth, as well as the location. The exact date is not known, yet evidence points to an autumn birth. Luke 2:...


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I'm not sure what you mean by the day of Nativity? It was there when the Magi arrived at the residence. In Matthew 2 the Magi followed the star they had seen in the east as it went ahead of them until it stopped over the exact place where the child was. So, this is not some star way up in the night sky; it must have been low to the ground at the time it ...


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