As Jehovah’s Witnesses, we believe that the Bible does not specify the exact date of Jesus’ birth. The Bible does not mention December 25th as the date of Jesus’ birth, and there is no historical evidence to support this date. In fact, the Bible provides few details about the time of year when Jesus was born.
The tradition of celebrating Jesus’ birth on December 25th has its origins in pagan festivals and was adopted by early Christians. Over time, this date became associated with the celebration of Jesus’ birth, despite the lack of biblical support for it.
Furthermore, Jehovah’s Witnesses focus on the life and teachings of Jesus rather than on specific dates or celebrations. We believe that it is more important to live according to Jesus’ example and teachings every day, rather than focusing on a particular date for his birth.
In conclusion, as Jehovah’s Witnesses, we do not believe that Jesus was born on December 25th, and we do not celebrate Christmas as a religious holiday. Instead, we focus on the teachings and example of Jesus in our everyday lives.