Updated: Mar 24, 2019
With the swirl of emotions that usher in Christmas for adults with divorced parents, knowing the real meaning of Christmas is the cornerstone for building the joy-filled Christmas many ACD have lost. Unfortunately, too few are aware of the amazing truth that surrounds the Babe in the manger. Many more doubt the historicity of the story, or question how the event behind “Joy to the world, the Lord has come” * could produce an indelible mark on mankind.
This compact, but powerful book by Lee Strobel (previously a investigative reporter for the Chicago Tribune) takes a compelling look at “the most wonderful time of the year.“ ** I encourage you to learn the whole truth behind the nativity. Check out “A Case for Christmas” and rekindle the joy this season offers.
* Issac Watts, Joy to The World,” 1791. ** Pola amd Wyle, It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year, 1963.