Christmas as a Western holiday

Christmas is the annual Christian festival celebrating Christ’s birth, held on 25th December. The surface of Christmas is ‘Celebrating that God was born as a human’. People cerebrates Christmas Eve is from the evening of December 24 to first light, because the boundary of day is sunset on Jewry’s calendar. Muslim is also celebrate it as the birth of main prognosticator イーサ According to the New Testament, the detailed article of Christ’s birth isn’t appear at all, but there are some theories about it. As for Christianity, Christmas is a holiday that commemorates Advent and it is not position as Christ’s birthday. Christmas festival started in Western Christianity at the latest 345 years ago. People suppose it was developed ミトラ教の冬至の祭 for Christmas. In 345, people decided that date of Easter and the Nativity (Christmas) is on December 25 on Council of Nicaea. It was written, “The Christ was born in Bethlehem of Judea on December 25” in Philocalian calendar that recorded the event of oldest record Rome concerning Christmas. It was the oldest record concerning Christmas. According to americangreeting.com; It is arguably every child’s favorite holiday. And probably some adults, too. (C’mon – you can admit it). With fluffy snow, cheery passers-by, merry music, scrumptious cookies, and twinkling lights on nearly every house on the block, how could it not be? Who can resist the smell of wrapping paper mixed with freshly chopped pine tree? Who can contain their excitement about the wonderful surprises (both given and received) under the tree on Christmas morning? Christmas is about giving and sharing, about loving and caring. (And it’s the one time of year where it’s perfectly acceptable for adults to jitter with giddiness over cookies, egg nog, department store sales, presents and snowball-throwing.) Seriously though, Christmas is such a happy time that it’s downright in spiring.

I rewrite these sentences.

According to americangreeting.com; It is arguably every child’s favorite holiday. And probably some adults, too. (C’mon – you can admit it). With fluffy snow, cheery passers-by, merry music, scrumptious cookies, and twinkling lights on nearly every house on the block, how could it not be? Who can resist the smell of wrapping paper mixed with freshly chopped pine tree? Who can contain their excitement about the wonderful surprises (both given and received) under the tree on Christmas morning? Christmas is about giving and sharing, about loving and caring. (And it’s the one time of year where it’s perfectly acceptable for adults to jitter with giddiness over cookies, egg nog, department store sales, presents and snowball-throwing.) Seriously though, Christmas is such a happy time that it’s downright in spiring.

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