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In a stable in Bethlehem

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Thanks for your answer jesus was born in Bethlehem
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Bethlehem

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Whats ur religion?
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you are right thank you for your answer i have a relationship with God
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Thats easy!! Bethlehem, in a stable. =)

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In a dark, damp cave in Bethlehem.

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Cave? Ya ok. Not likely.
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Lol. What do you think a manger was in the first century? Of course, Lior could be correct and it be the "lower room," not a manger. I haven't studied the word.
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Jesus was born in a stable which was in Bethlehem.

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According to myth, in Bethlehem, Judea. The fable about a manger and animal farms are a result of mistranslation of the original Greek. What the Greek actually means is a lower floor, since there was no room in the upper floor. No manger!

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Quite possible. It was where animals might be kept. But tradition does have some evidence on its side: http://www.btinternet.com/~prgreetham/Wisemen/ana3.html
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_the_Nativity#section_6
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There is no myth. It's the truth.
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Actually, it's more likely than not just a myth, or even an outright lie. We know a lot about how the Romans conducted censuses. Nowhere ever in the Roman empire were people required to register in some ancestral hometown, rather than their residence. It would create a bureaucratic and an economic mess. The Bethlehem myth was later made up only to make an appearance of some ancient prophecy fulfilled. But if there was a census, if someone lived in Nazareth, they would have registered in Nazareth. The claim they required to travel to Bethlehem for a census is outright nonsense.
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Bethlehem! Doesn't anyone celebrate Christmas anymore?

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you are right thank you for your answer yes some people do
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In a stable in Bethlehem. Mary and Joseph went there for the census around BC 4- AD 5.

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