To everyone following thank you, I'am enjoying blogging about this topic. If you are new I would read the bottom blogs first in order to better understand. Read the Integral Idea blog, everything relates to that in some way. It is at the previous page link on the bottom of this page.
On Wednesday, I will be exploring some of the more popular astronomical objects that scholars in the past have thought could be the Star of Bethlehem. This week I will focusing on conjunctions and osculations. Next week I will be examining Novas and Comets.
On Friday, I will critiquing two of the more popular theories on the Star. The first is a documentary done by Rick Larson, and the second is a book by Michael Molnar. Both are flawed. If you are a follower of either one, sorry. I call them as I see them.
On December 10, I be announcing the 5 winners of the free book contest. Remember the contest is for twitter followers. If you want to win follow me on twitter before December 10. Winners will be asked to provide a mailing address if they want their prize. I will not be using any mailing addresses for any spam or junk mail, only mailing the prizes.
On December 24, I will make my big announcement of the year on what I believe to be the Star of Bethlehem. Following along until then will make much more sense. As always, GO WITH GOD!
14 years ago I became interested in the date that Jesus was born. This led to several years of research, I quickly realized that there was no valid information that provided any real answers to this question. Since this website is getting some interest I will post from time to time some of the information I learned during this quest.