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Some time after that, the Eastern Church adopted the date and festival, but it was associated with the Nativity of Christ, consistent with Church Doctrine that Jesus is both human and Divine.
On January the 6th, we celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany, or the Manifestation of Christ.
And so we can see in the four week period of Advent the joyful expectation of the birth of Christ, and the redemption that comes to us through His Incarnation, while at the same time reflecting in awe on the judgment that still awaits us.
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