To show my appreciation and gratitude to everyone who subscribes to this blog and to all the Members of the New Saint Thomas Institute, I’m giving you a Christmas gift. It’s a book:
Christ was Born on Christmas: Why December 25?
After doing research on the subject, I am convinced that Christ was truly born on December 25 (against what all the experts say on TV, Time, and Newsweek). More than that, I believe that he was born on December 25 in the year 1BC. In our calendar, there was no year 0. It goes from 1 BC to 1 AD.
This would mean that Dec 2013 is really and truly the 2013th anniversary of Christ’s birth on Dec 25. My convictions on this matter (which may seem shocking) are based on the Church Fathers, secular history, and an analysis of the faulty dating of Josephus regarding the reign and death of Herod. Locating the precise date of Christ’s birth has important theological ramifications.
How do you get your copy?
God’s Birthday will be on sale for Kindle download. However, it will be available for FREE as an ebook to everyone who becomes an email subscriber to this blog. You can subscribe by clicking here.
“What if I am already a subscriber?”
If you are already an email subscriber to my weekly blog posts, simply update your profile and check the blocks that apply to you so that I know what you would like more of by way of posts and free items. You’ll also get a digital copy. Update your existing subscriber profile, by clicking here.
When is it available?
It will be available to everyone by December 20. Stay tuned. We are still formatting the text file. In the meantime, become a FREE subscriber or update your subscription profile by clicking here.
Happy Advent and Merry Christmas!
ad Jesum per Mariam,
PS: Just so people aren’t confused:
- “Subscribers” – they subscribe to the weekly email updates and podcasts by starting or updating their subscription.
- “Members” of NSTI – Members receive HD video courses, bonus items, more free books, have access in our Forum, and receive benefits associated with NSTI