The Religious Right’s Nightmare Before Christmas: Poll Finds Increasing Percentage Of Americans View Dec. 25 As A Secular Holiday

Simon Brown

The Religious Right is constantly complaining that “angry atheists” and “radical secularists” are kicking Christ out of Christmas, but a new poll suggests that more and more Americans – Christians included – increasingly view Christmas as a secular holiday rather than a religious one. Read more

One Response to The Religious Right’s Nightmare Before Christmas: Poll Finds Increasing Percentage Of Americans View Dec. 25 As A Secular Holiday

  1. I am an atheist, but I regard Christmas as a religious holiday. In the army I would take duty on Christmas so others would get a chance to observe it. It celebrates the birth of Jesus. I don’t know if he ever lived, but I think, although I cannot prove it, that we are the worse off for having Christianity. I find Christmas and the birth of Jesus as an occasion for mourning rather than celebration.

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