Right off the bat, we see that there's already some sort of
discrepancy regarding the dates that are observed.
Most of the world celebrates Christmas on December 25th
on our standard Gregorian calendar.
The Eastern Orthodox churches also celebrate it on
December 25th, but on the traditional Julian Calendar,
which falls on January 7th on our standard Gregorian
Then there's the Armenian Church that still celebrates
Christmas on January 6th, claiming that the date was
changed to December 25th in the late 4th century.
Let's try to find out which date is actually the correct one.