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There are four accounts of Christmas in the New Testament

There are four accounts of Christmas in the New Testament December 28, 2016

Matthew and Luke are historical tellings with theological overtones.  John 1:14 is the John’s typically succinct theological summation.  And Revelation 12 is his apocalyptic rendering which sees Herod’s persecution the archetype of what Satan has always sought throughout history and how he will act (and God will respond) to the end of time,

Something to contemplate on the Feast of Holy Innocents.

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