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The Nativity of Jesus, or simply the Nativity, is the account of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth in the Gospels, and various apocryphal accounts that are a key element of traditional Christian mythology.
In this fascinating documentary, theologian Robert Beckford sets out to uncover the truth behind the Nativity of Jesus Christ, asking pertinent questions such as: Who were Mary and Joseph; how was Jesus born to a virgin; why was he in a manger; and what role did the shepherds and 'wise men' play?
We mark the nativity of Jesus and call it Christmas; the eight-day festivals of Hanukkah and Kwanzaa; the Hindu Magh Mela Fair; the Feast of St.