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One of the traditions in my family is the reading of Christmas books. We put out our special basket of books around December 1 and read them throughout the days leading up to Christmas.
For several years the books were lost in the darkest regions of the Garage of Doom. (Click here to read my post about our unfortunate garage.) Recently, while chipping away at the accumulated stuff, I came across our precious tomes and dusted them off. Once again, they occupy a space of honor in our living room.
1. C is for Christmas: The History, Personalities, and Meaning of Christ’s Birth, by David W. and Warren W. Wiersbe.
If you want to learn about Christmas from A to Z, this is the book for you. The authors do an excellent job of explaining Christmas through information gleaned from Scripture. The 64 topics are arranged alphabetically, from Advent to…
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