Charles Foster examines the truth of the Christmas accounts in the
gospels. The Christmas story is held by many to be an embarrassing
legend which diminishes Christians' ability to defend the rest of
the New Testament. Scholars are almost all dismissive of it. The
notionally supportive accounts in Christian books are skimpy and
amount to either a mere assertion or an acknowledgement that it is
apologetically weak. Yet there is a lot to be said in its support.
It can only be said coherently if one comes afresh to the gospels,
and takes seriously the historical and archaeological objections.
The story that emerges is strange - but compelling. Christmas
happened: the world was changed. What does this mean for you?
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