Israel, The Blessing and the Curse by Morris Cerullo
Now, we know Jesus was indeed born in Bethlehem, but it is anyone’s guess where He was born. He was born in a manger, but just about every place in that rural city had a manger in the first century, and nobody kept records of where the boy was born. In other words, the Church of the Nativity is a nice concept, but there is absolutely no way it can be accurately established that it is indeed built on the site of the birth of the Lord.
Nevertheless, it has been revered for more than a thousand years as His birthplace, and many Christian pilgrims have made trips to the site to honor the idea that God would submit Himself to His own creation and take on the form of mortal flesh so that He might rescue us from sin.