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Chadwick is able to show that these statements always occur in talks given about other topics (not expressly about the date of Christ's birth) and probably rely on Elder Talmage's assumptions.
But a careful look at Doctrine and Covenants 20:1, upon which Talmage's proposal is based, shows that this verse was not a revelation by the Lord about his birth date.Nearly a century has passed since his book appeared, and in that time it has become practically axiomatic among Latter-day Saints that Jesus was born on April 6 in that year. Using the known date of Herod the Great's death, information from the Book of Mormon about the length of Jesus's life, technical details about the Jewish lunar-solar calendar, the timing of the Annunciation to Mary, and other historical data, Chadwick narrows the window of time in which the Savior would have been born to December of 5 BC.The author is careful to deal with statements made by latter-day prophets supporting the April 6, 1 BC, date first proposed by Elder Talmage.Please read the Agreement carefully before registering for TCC service. Registration is explicit acceptance of the terms herein.By registering for TCC, you become a member of the Service (a "Member"), and you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement (the "Terms") for as long as you continue to be a Member. YOUR CONTINUED USE OF THE SERVICE CONSTITUTES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF ANY CHANGES.Please carefully select the type of information that you post on TCC service or release to others. COM RESERVES THE RIGHT, BUT HAS NO OBLIGATION, TO MONITOR THE MATERIALS POSTED IN THE PUBLIC AREAS OF THE CHRISTIANCAFE. MESSAGES SENT BETWEEN YOU AND OTHER MEMBERS OF CHRISTIANCAFE. COM RESERVES THE RIGHT, BUT HAS NO OBLIGATION, TO MONITOR AND REMOVE THE OFFENDING MATERIALS FROM YOUR MAILBOX WITHOUT NOTIFICATION TO YOU. You agree that the TCC service has no obligation to you whatsoever to grant you access to any part of the TCC service, including, but not limited to, your profile, your mailbox, or any other part of the TCC service, if you do not have time left in your account, whether free time which we have granted you (entirely at our discretion), or paid time which you have purchased from the TCC service.