This is interesting. For decades now, atheists have worked themselves into a frenzy and outrage over the thought that Christians are celebrating the coming of Jesus to the world on a day that pagans have also celebrated something or other.
"It can't be done!" say the atheists.
"Only one group per day!" announce the sceptics.
Incensed that Christians celebrate anything, anywhere, anytime, atheists thought this would be the perfect excuse to do away with Christmas celebrations.
"Pagans already own Dec. 25th."
Well to each his own, I guess. Except, atheists have invented something called Human Light. It's a secular celebration that is held on, wait for it, December 25th. I'm not sure how this game is played but it appears that two groups celebrating on the same day is bad. Three groups celebrating on the same day is good.
Atheists. Their philosophy is cute but it's hard to keep up with the rule changes.