Origin of Christmas

Origin of Christmas

1. Commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ

     It is said that Jesus was conceived by the holy spirit and was born by the virgin Mary.God also sent an angel, gabriel, to speak to Joseph in a dream, telling him not to give up Mary because she was unmarried, but to marry her.When Mary was about to give birth, the Roman government ordered that all the people to Bethlehem must declare their household registration.Joseph and Mary had to obey.They arrived in Bethlehem, the sky has fainted, but they could not find a hotel to stay, only a stable can stay.It was then that Jesus was to be born.So Mary, alone in the manger, gave birth to Jesus.Later generations to commemorate the birth of Jesus, they set December 25 as Christmas, every year mass, commemorating the birth of Jesus.

2. Establishment of the church of Rome

At the beginning of the 4th century, January 6 was a double festival for the churches in the eastern part of the Roman empire to commemorate the birth and baptism of Jesus. It was called Epiphany, also known as Epiphany, in which god revealed himself to the world through Jesus.

The only exception was the church at narullaine, which commemorated the birth of Jesus but not his baptism.Later historians in the Roman Christian calendar found December 25, 354 AD page recorded: "Christ was born in Bethlehem, judah."

The only exception was the church at narullaine, which commemorated the birth of Jesus but not his baptism.Later historians in the Roman Christian calendar found December 25, 354 AD page recorded: "Christ was born in Bethlehem, judah."

December 25 is the birthday of Mithra, the Persian god of light, a pagan holiday, and one of the Roman gods.

This day is also the winter solstice festival of the Roman almanac. Pagan worshipers of the sun god regard this day as the hope of spring and the beginning of the revival of all things.For this reason, the church of Rome chose this day as Christmas.This was one of the measures that the church tried to christianize the pagan customs in the early days.

This day is also the winter solstice festival of the Roman almanac. Pagan worshipers of the sun god regard this day as the hope of spring and the beginning of the revival of all things.For this reason, the church of Rome chose this day as Christmas.This was one of the measures that the church tried to christianize the pagan customs in the early days.

Since December 25 is recognized as Christmas by most churches, the original Epiphany on January 6 only commemorates the baptism of Jesus, but the Catholic church has designated January 6 as "the feast of the three Kings" to commemorate Jesus' birth when the three Kings (namely the three doctors) came to worship the story.With the widespread spread of Christianity, Christmas has become an important festival for christians of all denominations, even for non-christians.

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