What Nativity Myths Teach Us | Luke 2:1–14

What Nativity Myths Teach Us | Luke 2:1–14
Shaun Marksbury | Grace Bible Church
Sunday Morning Service | 24 December, 2017

Last year, there was a Ligonier event on Twitter.  The late R. C. Sproul was asked, considering the Reformers stand against Christmas, whether Protestants should celebrate Christmas.  He replied, “I think the Grinch who stole Christmas was an evangelical.”  There’s some truth to that.

So, with it being Christmas Eve, we’re going to try to right some popular untruths.  I have a couple of myths surrounding the nativity this morning, and one more for this evening.  We’re going to look at them and see what we can learn from them.

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