National holidays are established based on something. We have one in January celebrating the birthday of a civil rights leader. In February we have a national holiday celebrating the birthdays of two presidents. In May we remember those who have fallen in service of this country. In July we celebrate the birth of a nation. In September we commemorate the labor movement and Veterans are honored in November. Each national holiday is for a specific reason.
We are told by the secular folks that December 25th is not a celebration about a religious figure. If not, then what does it celebrate? If that religious figure had never existed what would be the reason for the celebration? Why would it be a national holiday? If Jesus (pronounced “hay-zoose”) had never existed then there would be no December 25th celebration called Christmas (or Xmas if you prefer)
Yea, I did leave the one out in November but that history also involves some religious stuff and thanking someone whom the secular humanist, atheistic folks say doesn’t exist. Perhaps they should thank the government for their welfare check or Obamacare.
Liberals believe in separation of church and state unless government will pay you overtime pay on those religious oriented holidays. (Another one of those “inconvenient truths”)