You need to rethink the facts of history as well as the Scripture. The article relies on the encyclopedia for its sources. No first-hand resources from the early church fathers. Yes, they did celebrate The incarnation. Yes, they weren’t settled on the date. Yes much later, when they had the freedom to openly worship and pursue the conversion of pagans, they explain why they chose this date to differentiate/ separate from the pagans and provide a means of teaching the pagans about the incarnation.
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The most celebrated event recorded in all of biblical history was the birth of Christ. His incarnation is celebrated in the Bible by angels, Mary, Elizabeth, Zechariah, the angels with the shepherds, the shepherds, the wise men probably a year later, and both Simeon and Anna. How much more celebrating does God have to record before you figure out that celebrating Jesus’ birth is a good thing. On the naughty list and I regret nothing christmas. And what day exactly would that be?
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That should be something we celebrate every day and thank God for. Not during pagan traditions or just during the holidays. I was saying that Jesus did not tell anyone to celebrate his birthday. Of course, everyone should celebrate the gift of Jesus but they should be doing that every day. Christmas was not his birthdate and therefore Christians are celebrating a holiday with zero Christianity origins behind it. You’re literally just celebrating paganism during that time.