To be clear, you say 3 wise men heard about a god-man being born and traveled great distances to honor the new child-god.<quoted text>
Bethlehem???was a village of shepherds.
They raised lambs most likely to be used in the temple.
They were of little concern to Romans or Herod until he heard ..since he was nit really a Jew..a poo prophecy about the Messiah and mire he heard from the wise men that a,New king was born.
I think it was likely that this happened a while after the birth ..Imo
It's actuality celebrated on a different day ..But her or was an animal and crazy. Killed 2 of his sons to protect his throne..He saw a king as a threat same as his own children.
But no one else in the region was impressed enough to write about this event until about 100 years later?
In fact, this man-god walked the earth for 32 years, but we only have hearsay accounts of two.
And when Herod tried to have this god killed off, no one wrote about that event either, except in one Gospel many decades later.
That's the definition of myth.
It's so silly that 2000 years later, the vast majority of believers have to have that drilled into their heads from early childhood.
If you don't believe this nonsense, then you will be tortured for all eternity, so why take a chance.??????
Nope. That would be a psycho-god. I don't believe in psycho-gods.
I believe in the only true God -- the only God for whom no soul has been killed or tortured. That's proof of my God.
Come to the light. He was boiled for you.