PHILIP MORRISON and PHYLIS MORRISON

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[In "The Christmas Sky", the] Star of Bethlehem is … sought by reason. Page by page in this clear and gentle book the possibilities are explored. It was not a meteor, because it endured; it was not a comet, because it was welcome; it was not a nova. The birth...

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[In "The Christmas Sky", the] Star of Bethlehem is … sought by reason. Page by page in this clear and gentle book the possibilities are explored. It was not a meteor, because it endured; it was not a comet, because it was welcome; it was not a nova. The birth of Jesus is carefully and convincingly dated from the circumstances of history.

Philip Morrison and Phylis Morrison, "Books: 'The Christmas Sky'," in Scientific American (copyright © 1966 by Scientific American, Inc.; all rights reserved), Vol. 215, No. 6, December, 1966, p. 141.

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