At 12/22/12 08:04 PM, jjjkuk wrote:
Because that's not the main reason why it exists. You all come together and celebrate for Jesus.
Again, that may be the basis, but as I said, that doesn't matter. The argument "it's not the main reason" is a moot point when you're arguing against my statement "it's normal for non-religious people to take part". I'm an atheist, and this is my favorite part of the year.
At 12/22/12 08:32 PM, 4761 wrote:
...And by processes you mean looking through an dusty and archaic book in order to find antiquated answers of what is right and wrong?
If you rape a girl, you have to pay her parents a fine and then marry her. If you do that, it's cool.
Also, slavery is okay.
At 12/22/12 08:41 PM, Sectus wrote:
Christmas isn't so much a religious event as it is a time to get things for the one you love. I am an atheist but I still take the time at Christmas to relax with my family and enjoy the time I have with them.
You got it.