A recent poll revealed that, while most young Britons had a grasp of the biblical accounting of Christmas, a surprisingly large number were clueless.
POLL: BRITISH YOUTH CONFUSED ABOUT CHRIST'S BIRTH, CHRISTMAS STORY
by TONY LEE / Breitbart
Young people in Britain are confused about the story of Christ's birth as told in the Bible.
A recent poll found that one in 10 young people ages 18-24 believe "Father Christmas" was a "Biblical figure mentioned in Gospel accounts of Jesus Christ's birth." Seven percent of respondents in the poll believed "there was a Christmas tree mentioned in the Bible," and a third of the 2,000 respondents believed "the Bible specifies Dec. 25 as the day Christ was born."
In addition, 25% of respondents said, "Baby Jesus did not cry when he was born."
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