The Lack of a Christmas Message

Well, at least Stacy Harp recognized Christmas.  I find it very strange that these people all complain about the war on Christmas and the war on Christians and the war on Christian values, but when it comes to the most holiest day on the Christian calendar, neither Peter LaBarbera, DL Foster nor Chesterstreet had anything to say about it.  I wonder if the good Christian lawyers at Alliance Defense League will be sending them letters for not mentioning Christmas on their ‘Christian’ blogs?

I’m not sure why this is bothering me so much.  I suppose it is because these people keep talking about ‘Christ this’ and ‘Christ that’ but when it comes to the Christmas message of peace and hope for the world, then they are quiet.  I suppose it tells you a bit about their thinking?

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2 Responses to The Lack of a Christmas Message

  1. Nelson says:

    Wishing someone a happy birthday is not a recognization of christmas.

  2. Kevin says:

    Hey NG–That is true! 

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