seriously? Of course it isn't wrong. You don't have to believe in Jesus to celebrate the holiday.
At 12/22/12 07:01 PM, PIED3 wrote:
then you could use some theological or metaphysical process to figure out whether it was right or wrong. However, seeing as you probably don't have any foundation for your attempts at moralizing why don't you just reject right and wrong as being as absurd as God and move on?
can't be good without religion telling you the obvious, rite?
At 12/22/12 07:17 PM, jjjkuk wrote:
Are you serious, Travis?
Are you serious? Many non-religious people celebrate it and just enjoy exchanging gifts with their loved ones. The origin doesn't matter. Plus, it has many Saturnalia influences in it, and Jesus wasn't even born in the winter, anyway. The only Christian I'm going to be able to see in person this Christmas is my Grandmother. All the other family members I'll actually get to see are not religious. At best, some of them are vaguely spiritual. But we're normal people and we enjoy seeing each other during the holidays.
Get a grip, man.