Myth vs Incarnation: a Bible Study for Christmas

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This is our discipleship study for today on the Christmas story and some of the popular conflations and errors which are more Christmas “tradition” than Scripture. I don’t have a problem with this because my faith is not limited by what is in the little book, but in the boundlessness of God’s grace. But we should ask ourselves “what does these narratives teach us” and most importantly “What does the Incarnation mean”. I intend to follow it up next week with John 1:1-18