This is aimed more to those who are adamant about Christmas being CHRISTmas, etc.
Do you automatically assume that someone who exchanges gifts and puts up a tree is "celebrating Christmas" even if you acknowledge those things aren't really Christian? It seems the complaint is people who "celebrate Christmas" without Christ. Are they really "celebrating Christmas" or are you just assuming that because they do the traditional things they are "celebrating Christmas" because YOU associate all of those other things with your holiday?
What I'm getting at is I don't really see people saying "Mwahaha, I shall have a tree and egg nog and sing Silent Night, but I shall rebuke Jesus and make Christmas secular!" What I see is people who see someone put up a tree, drink egg nog, and immediately accuse them of "taking the Christ out of Christmas" because they don't do the parts the accuser thinks they should.
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Merry Christmas to All and to All a goodnight!!!
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