The best way to access the impact of Christmas on Christianity is to start with the evolution of the Early Church. All Christians logically believe or argue that Jesus Christ’s birth was highly important without necessarily agreeing about the degree of importance or significance of the Christmas celebration itself. The Early Church stressed the importance of Pentecost and Easter. The birth and childhood of Jesus Christ were just incidental to his death and resurrection, those showed his personal and religious significance for Christians and all the potential recruits to Christianity more than the nativity did. The Christmas story that has come down to the present day is heavily drawn from the synoptic gospels of Matthew, Luke, and Mark, with the gospel of John not mentioning the nativity at all. The synoptic gospels highlight ‘vital aspects of Jesus’s character’. Arguably character and the way in which Jesus died were originally regarded as being more important than how he was born.