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What was the weather like where Christ was born?
well the bible's illustrations, art galleries and what other pics ive seen it was a clear stary night sky.
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On their way to the stable where Jesus was to be born, the 3 wise men met King Herod. They told him they were to see the Lord Jesus Christ, and that he was to be born in Bethl…ehem. The King wanted Jesus killed for he was worried Jesus would over rule him. So he sent out soldiers to kill Jesus. An angel came to Jesus' care taker ( Joseph ) and gave him a dream. The angel said, "Get up, take the child and his mother and escape to Egypt. Stay there until I tell you, for Herod is to search for the child to kill him." Then the Bible says," So he got up, took the child and His mother during the night and left for Egypt, where he stayed until the death of Herod. So fulfilled what the Lord had said through the prophet: 'Out of Egypt I called my son.'" After the wise men left Jesus in the stables, they had a a dream to not go near Herod. So they went another route back to their country.
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No-one, since He was the Son of God through the virgin Mary. No other human can claim to have been born in this manner.
Bethlehem is in a dry temperate mountainous region. We do not know at what time of year he would have been born, but the presence of shepherds in Luke's Gospel suggests tha…t the birth would have taken place in the warmer months. Nights would have been cold, but the days quite warm or hot. Rain is comparatively sparse.
Yes, both Jesus and David were born in Bethlehem.
The weather was cold at that time.
Answer Christ was born in the spring of June 6th . Another answer Christ was definitely NOT born on December 25th, but the date of Christ's… birth can be known exactly. This is because Prophecy is pattern and is directly linked to Christ's birth, baptism, life and death. (For example, on the Day of Atonement in 28BC the live goat [John the Baptist] was killed in Jerusalem while simultaneously the Scapegoat [Christ] was baptized and released to wilderness) John the Baptist was born on April 19-20 in 2BC at Passover which was 5 months before his cousin Jesus Christ, who was born on the First of Tishri (or Feast of Trumpets) on September 29th in 2BC [MISSLER] The article "Feast of Trumpets - Jesus Birth' explains that: "The "Trumpet" of course is actually a Shofar, or Ram's Horn. .... "When the Shofar was blown [on the Feast of Trumpets] it ... also signaled the coming of a King, either the King of Israel or Judah, and the coming of the Spiritual King on the Holy Days. ..." Between 50 B.C. and 33 B.C.
One Estimate Due to great variations in the calendars used in different records, it is simply not possible to be 100% certain of the exact year. Jesus was bo…rn a short while before Herod the Great died, whose death the historian Josephus fixes at 4 BC. According to Matthew, Herod had all boys under 2 years old slaughtered. So in all liklihood, Jesus was born between 6 and 4 BC. According to interpretations of the gospels, Jesus' crucifixion occurred when He was 31-33 years old. So He probably died in 25-29 AD. There is no year zero in the Gregorian calendar. As to the specific day of the year, according to the gospel of Luke, angels announced Jesus' birth to shepherds guarding their flocks by night. While some scholars believe that this rules out winter, others contend that sheep around Bethlehem were kept in fields year round. These were lambs used for sacrifices in the temple. They would be slaughtered in early spring. Hippolytus in 2 AD, asserted that December 25th was Jesus Christ's birthday. In the Eastern church, January 6th was observed as His birthday. In 4 AD John Chrysostom insisted that December 25th was the correct day. Since then, the Eastern church has followed the same day as the church in the West. While we can't be certain of the exact day, there is no reason not to celebrate on the traditional day. In addition, it is to be noted that Jesus birth is at the beginning of Jesus' earthly life. In the gospel of John, we learn that Jesus (the Word) was, and was with God, and was God "In the beginning." So Jesus has existed since the beginning of time.
The short answer is that nobody knows exactly. His birthplace is considered to be Bethlehem, near Jerusalem. The date is more uncertain, various opinions give from about 7… B.C. to 4 B.C. Answer/ Midnight AD 1 or in digitized and Anglicized terms 00.00 AM in the first year of our Lord, in a cave in the region of Bethlehem - ref. the book Protevangelium of James written by St James the Just and the book Birth of the Blessed Mary and the Infancy of the Saviour written by St Matthew.
it is said not dec 25 o ad but maybe somewhere around 4 a.d. but no records were kept or cared for since they was poor
Life like AFTER Christ? Were living in those days! And I believe we are in the end times! We have gone CRAZY!