posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 01:23 PM
reply to post by Zagari
I have not done a research to determine if a date for His birth could be determined but this may help you.
In the story of when it's told He was born in a manger, the question comes to mind, why in a manger, well the inns where all full. So what was going
on, the only reasonable explanation I find is is was the time for the Feast of Tabernacles. If so then He was born on or about the first day of the
It couldn't have been too cold so the time of the feast has to be it. I've read some research of it and some claim it can be proven and the reasons
given did add up. I don't have any info where on the net I found it and didn't try to remember but I'm sure you can find such info by doing a
search. The date the Feast of Tabernacles falls on our calendar varies each yr. but one thing is for sure, it should be our days of thanks for our
Redeemer and the Harvest and all things. I'm not among any who keep it but I believe it and all the feasts should be. The feasts I find where not
abolished at the cross.
Perhaps the time to celebrate His birth and Thanksgiving is during this feast, something to think about. Hope this turns out to be some help.
For sure the Truth irons out the wrinkles. Find it.