Christians get too uppity about greetings
It’s inevitable that every winter, Christians battle with other religious and non-religious groups over what should be said during the holiday season. After observing this phenomenon for many years, I’ve come to a simple conclusion: It is not a war on Christmas; it is a war on words.
Don’t get me wrong. I don’t mind if someone tells me “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Hanukkah,” or even “Happy Kwanzaa.” What I do mind is if I give a simple “Happy Holidays,” and someone rudely replies, “It’s ‘Merry Christmas.”
I don’t see why Christians have to get so uppity over “Happy Holidays” since the phrase encompasses all religious winter holidays, not just Christmas.
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