Tuesday, December 24, 2013

The Savior Has Come Among Us!

May your Christmas be joyful in knowing that Christ our Savior has come among us and loves us. Hallelujah!

The Nativity, by Arthur Hughes (1832-1915)
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Make ready, O Bethlehem; for Eden hath been opened for all. Prepare, O Ephratha; for the Tree of life hath blossomed forth in the cave from the Virgin; for her womb did appear as a spiritual paradise, in which is planted the divine Plant, whereof eating we shall live and not die as Adam. Verily, Christ shall be born, raising the likeness that fell of old.

Christmas readings at Just Genesis and Biblical Anthropology
Who is Jesus?
Royal Babies
Christians are Christmas People
Egypt in the Christmas Narrative
Christmas Message From Genesis
The Virgin Birth and the Manger Too!
G.K. Chesterton on Christmas
Genesis and the True Meaning of Christmas
Which Bethlehem is Jesus' Birth Place? 

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