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"Christmas" పేజీని అనువదించి సృష్టించారు
("Christmas" పేజీని అనువదించి సృష్టించారు)
("Christmas" పేజీని అనువదించి సృష్టించారు)
 
After Christmas and Epiphany were in place, on December 25 and January 6, with the twelve days of Christmas in between, Christians gradually added a period called Advent, as a time of spiritual preparation leading up to Christmas.}}</ref><ref name="Senn2012">{{Cite book|title=Introduction to Christian Liturgy|last=Senn|first=Frank C.|publisher=Fortress Press|year=2012|isbn=978-1-4514-2433-1|page=145|quote=We noted above that late medieval calendars introduced a reduced three-day octave for Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost that were retained in Roman Catholic and passed into Lutheran and Anglican calendars.}}</ref>
 
[[కొత్త నిబంధన]]<nowiki/>లోని సంప్రదాయిక క్రిస్మస్ కథనం ప్రకారం, రక్షకుని గురించిన జోస్యాలను అనుసరించి జోసెఫ్, మేరీ బెత్లెహాం వచ్చినప్పుడు వసతి గృహం (ఇన్)లో గదులు లభ్యం కాకపోవడంతో పశువుల పాకలో వారికి ఆశ్రయం దొరుకింది, అక్కడే క్రీస్తు జన్మించాడు<ref name="Crump2001">{{Cite book|title=The Christmas Encyclopedia|last=Crump|first=William D.|date=September 15, 2001|publisher=McFarland|isbn=9780786468270|edition=3|page=39|language=English|quote=Christians believe that a number of passages in the Bible are prophecies about future events in the life of the promised Messiah or Jesus Christ. Most, but not all, of those prophecies are found in the Old Testament ... ''Born in Bethlehem'' (Micah 5:2): "But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, ''though'' though be little among the thousands of Juda, ''yet'' out of thee shall he come forth unto me ''that is'' to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth ''have been'' from of old, from everlasting."}}CS1 maint: Unrecognized language ([[:వర్గం:CS1 maint: Unrecognized language|link]])
[[వర్గం:CS1 maint: Unrecognized language]]</ref> దేవదూతలు ఈ విషయాన్ని పశువుల కాపరులకు చెప్పగా, వారు సమాచారం మిగిలినవారికి చెప్పారు.<ref name="Tucker2011">{{Cite book|title=Parade of Faith: A Biographical History of the Christian Church|last=Tucker|first=Ruth A.|publisher=Zondervan|year=2011|isbn=9780310206385|page=23|language=English|quote=According to gospel accounts, Jesus was born during the reign of Herod the Great, thus sometime before 4 BCE. The birth narrative in Luke's gospel is one of the most familiar passages in the Bible. Leaving their hometown of Nazareth, Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem to pay taxes. Arriving late, they find no vacancy at the inn. They are, however, offered a stable, most likely a second room attached to a family dwelling where animals were sheltered—a room that would offer some privacy from the main family room for cooking, eating, and sleeping. This "city of David" is the ''little town of Bethlehem'' of Christmas-carol fame, a starlit silhouette indelibly etched on Christmas cards. No sooner was the baby born than angels announced the news to shepherds who spread the word.}}CS1 maint: Unrecognized language ([[:వర్గం:CS1 maint: Unrecognized language|link]])
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