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Is Christmas Held At The Wrong Time of Year in The Southern Hemisphere?
Yes 44%  44%  [ 7 ]
No 56%  56%  [ 9 ]
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Deinonychus
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15 Dec 2009, 7:09 pm

Then the Equtorians would miss out on the 'cold time of year festival' altogether.



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15 Dec 2009, 8:23 pm

gbollard wrote:
Two points....

First; We have the feast? of the Immaculate Conception on December 8. Either the I.C. wasn't 9 months or someone got their dates very wrong...



The Immaculate Conception was the conception of Mary. Mary had to be without sin in order to conceive a child who was without sin. Sin is heritable.

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15 Dec 2009, 9:43 pm

ruveyn wrote:
gbollard wrote:
Two points....

First; We have the feast? of the Immaculate Conception on December 8. Either the I.C. wasn't 9 months or someone got their dates very wrong...



The Immaculate Conception was the conception of Mary. Mary had to be without sin in order to conceive a child who was without sin. Sin is heritable.

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Thanks for the correction. I'd heard of it before but forgot. It's a weird concept though.