C Is for Christmas by Warren W. Wiersbe
The History, Personalities, and Meaning of Christ's Birth

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The real meaning of Christmas from A to Z

Throughout the centuries so many traditions have woven themselves into the celebration of Christmas that it can be difficult to understand just what the season of Christ's birth is all about.

In C Is for Christmas, David and Warren Wiersbe cut through the fancy wrapping paper and pretty bows to give the background of the events surrounding Jesus' birth. They also explain the reasons for our various Christmas symbols and beliefs. From angels and Bethlehem to yuletide and Zechariah, the authors shed light on a wide variety of Christmas-related topics.

If you feel like something has been missing from your celebration of Christmas, the information in this unique collection is sure to deepen your appreciation for this beautiful season.

David W. Wiersbe has been a pastor for over thirty years. He is the author of The Dynamics of Pastoral Care and Gone but Not Lost, as well as coauthor of four books with his father.

Warren W. Wiersbe is the author and editor of more than 160 books, including 50 People Every Christian Should Know, Looking Up When Life Gets You Down, and On Being a Servant of God.
 

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David W. Wiersbe has been a pastor for over thirty years and is currently serving his fourth church. He considers ministry to the grieving to be an important part of his calling and has worked with fire and rescue units, as well as local support groups for the grieving. He is the author of The Dynamics of Pastoral Care, as well as coauthor of four books with his father, and lives in Minnesota.
 
Published October 1, 2012 by Baker Books. 208 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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