We've all heard the slogan "Jesus is the reason for the season." Some Christians oppose secular celebrations of Christmas, and say non-Christians are guilty of offensive cultural appropriation. A 2015 Pew Research study showed that although 96 percent of Americans celebrate Christmas, only half consider it a religious holiday. Christmas has pagan roots, and has evolved greatly over the centuries. Is it okay if it's a cultural and national celebration as well as a religious holiday? 🎄✝⛪
via Knights Of Columbus
Is it wrong to celebrate Christmas if you're not Christian or religious?
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