Objective: Christmas is more than a day, it's a whole Liturgical season.
It is a Christian celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ from the Virgin Mary. God has given us the greatest gift, and that child born in a manger is meant to be born in every human heart and to change us from within, to give us a new creation.
Why is Christmas celebrated on December 25 and how is it celebrated?
Learn this and more with this beautiful course on Christmas.
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Christmas - LESSON PLAN / STUDY GUIDE
Christmas - VIDEO
Christmas - QUIZ
Christmas - Live Lesson with Professor Marshall Connolly - December 23 @ 9 AM Pacific
“Thank you for all the interesting information! Merry Christmas”
“Thank you for all the interesting information! Merry Christmas”→Read Less
“The text provided a brief history of why the holiday is celebrated on December 25th, while still placing emphasis on the reason for the season.”
“The text provided a brief history of why the holiday is celebrated on December 25th, while still placing emphasis on the reason for the season.”→Read Less
“Great course! The subject matter is for all grades. ”
“Great course! The subject matter is for all grades. ”→Read Less
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