Why do Christian's give presents at Christmas?
To symbolise the three wise men giving Jesus his gifts. And to prove their love and loyalty for Jesus. Christmas is celebrating Jesus and showing friends and family how much you love and care about them.
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Because Jesus got giftsss x
Santa Claus isn't real but children are told by their parents that he comes down their chimney. If you don't have a chimney, your parents usually say he has a special key to g…et through the door. santa is real, usually if you say he is not then you will get a bag full of coal and a a cynical adult ;)
In a way but all that matters is giving not receiving. So if you give a hundred dollar present and you get a cheaper one. I would be happy with what I got.
Christmas cards maybe or something they know that the person really likes, like something precious
Germany i think
The concept of gift giving at Christmas is a social development based on social precedence, and generally not with any religious basis, from where the custom grew.
basically the same principle: friend, parents, family, aquaintances ,people you care about they give each other gifts, sort of to show how they care about the person or how sp…ecial they think the person is or they do it just to be nice and giving :)
same way we get them
it depends on their religion
No, in Spain there is no Christmas presents, there is no SantaClaus in Spain
Type your answer here... We are German and we wrap gifts to be given to the giftee on either Christmas Eve or Day. In other words, t he same way every other person celebrati…ng Christ's birth does -- why? Did you mean: is there a tradition for giving Christmas presents that is specifically conducive to people living in Germany?
I'm pretty sure that religion is prohibited in China so they probably don't give Christmas presents
to make them surprised and exited to see the gifts this would make them wait for the part to get thier presents