While Luke tells the story of Christ’s birth in just seven verses, his brevity holds no bearing on the importance of the events that unfolded. In this study, Alistair Begg shows how the brief Gospel account uses detail, not drama, to establish its real-world context. Jesus was not born in a vacuum, but to real people at a real place in time. Each one of us must consider the historical evidence of the birth of Christ and the relevance that the story has for our lives today.
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