How the Glad Tidings Were Transmitted By our Elders and Betters

Fairlie, Henry; Dickinson, Timothy
December 1976
New Republic;12/25/76, Vol. 175 Issue 26, p15
Focuses on articles about the birth of Jesus Christ, published in different journals. Reference to the article published in the December 28, 1976; Attention presented the unauthorized Jewish messiah who has recently been born in what is undisputed Arab territory; Information on the headline in the December 26, 1976 issue of the journal "The Washington Post," on the identity of the child's father; Link of the birth of Christ with simultaneous birth of a Southern Baptist.


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