Christmas, a time of new beginning

I was talking to friends whose home is India and who were Zoroastrians before they learned of Christian Science. It's always stirring in a good way to talk to these friends, who have found the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures to be wholly relevant and healing in their lives, yet who live in the midst of a non-Christian culture.

How can such distant events as those described in the Bible be so timeless and relevant? This question seems especially important when it comes to Christ Jesus and the Christmas season—particularly when mass commercialism almost crowds out the spiritual significance of the holidays.

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