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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.
Scripture tells us that Jesus was born during the rein of King Herod. Historians say King Herod died in the year 4 BC, making the birth of Jesus somewhere around the year 4 BC…. We know that Joseph had a dream that the baby and mother were in danger. He was instructed to take them into Egypt and ordered to stay there until it was safe to return to their home. They were in Egypt when they got word that Herod had died, and his son, Herod Antipas, assumed the throne. Additional Information: Some biblical scholars have Ezra's journey to Jerusalem to restore it (see Ezra 7:8) to be around September 458-457 BC. He began the restoration of the 2nd Temple around late March to late July 457 BC. Now go to Daniel's prophecy of Prophetic Weeks until Messiah comes in Daniel 9:25-26. Using the 69 weeks multiplied by 7 days each results in 483. With the day for a year analogy of Scripture then 483 years from 457 BC would be 27 AD when Jesus started His ministry at age 30. This would mean Jesus was born 4-5 BC (recall the Jewish New Year begins around the Feast of Trumpets in the Autumn of the year).
No one knows when Jesus was born, not even the Angels in Heaven. Here's what the scripture says about his birth "Unto you THIS day a savior is born in the City of David. It sa…ys THIS Day it did not specify WHAT day. Man made January and December his birthday which is a Pagan Holiday. If anyone believes Christ was born on the 25th Day of December is a LIE. Read your Bible and stop taking people word for it.
Christ is another name for Jesus. But Christ refers to the divine, who has always been (never born).
Bethlehem near Jerusalem. His connection with Nazareth is due to the fact that Joseph and Mary took Him there after their return from Egypt.
No one can know for certain, but he is belived to have had brown eyes and likewise brown, long hair. He was also, supposedly, a very beautiful man. For pictures, see link be…low. The Holy Bible clearly states in Isaiah 53 that Jesus' appearance was "without form or comliness." He was not physically "beautiful" in the standards or judgments that we make. His purpose was to fullfil His Father's Will - to speak the Gospel and bring us all to true faith and repentance of sins. This is truly what life is ultimately about.
probably looked like a middle eastern, probably muscular because he was a carpenter, did NOT have long hair (dont confuse the Nazarite Vow with being Nazerene) because it was …seen as feminine (1 Corinthians 11:14-15) , wasnt the most handsome man out there (Isaiah 53:2). HE WAS COMPLETELY MAN AND COMPLETELY GOD AT THE SAME TIME. go read vintage jesus by mark driscoll. Revelations 1:14-15 which is johns vision gives a description of how our Wonderful and marvelous Jesus looks like! ~Accept him now!! tomorrow is not promised GOD BLESS!!
Their both hung on a cross.
No this is not likely as the Shepherd's were looking after their sheep. Yes it might have been a bit cold in the open, but not snowing.
Yes, Muhammad was around about 600 years after Jesus
i presume he was born and raised and died in Jerusalem am I wrong here?
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.
In The Bible
According to the Holy Bible, one of Christ's likes was humility, but he disliked pride(sin).