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User avatar #313 - ninjaspartan (12/10/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Someone please enlighten me as to why people keep saying that Christmas was a Pagan holiday. The tradition of receiving presents from Saint Nicholas once a year and celebrating Christ's birth originally belonged to ancient roman polytheists??? Wat?
#308 - anonymous (12/10/2012) [-]
only in america,I don't fukin get you americans,everything is offensive over there, ****** everything,your society really sucks,things that are granted in other parts of the world seem special to you,
User avatar #307 - TarnRazor (12/10/2012) [-]
You wouldn't see somebody telling a Jew to put out the candles on their Menorah or to get rid of their yamaka. Why is it always an attack on Christians?
#306 - ohcrap (12/10/2012) [-]
MFW everyone in the comments.

Seriously, we get it. Go find something new about our religion to complain about.
+1
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#272 - anonymous (12/10/2012) [-]
Festivus for the rest of us
User avatar #252 - xXCorpitoXx (12/10/2012) [+] (4 replies)
I find it kinda funny that Atheist will argue to the death that God isn't real
but will gladly Celebrate his son's birthday to get presents and ****
#265 to #252 - whymewhy (12/10/2012) [-]
saying gimme free **** is hardly celebrating christs birth regardless of what day they want the free **** .
User avatar #251 - breadstickez (12/10/2012) [-]
Wait is the tree in his house? If it's in his house I don't care if he has mutilated doll heads hanging from it, it's his choice. Even if its outside on his property, everyone has a right to express their religion. I'm not religious but if I want a god damn nativity scene I'll put up a god damn nativity scene. If the tree was on the front lawn and had a sign around it that was like "CONVERT OR YOUR FIRST BORN SHALL BE BURNED ON YOUR OWN MENORAH" then I see the issue, but something as simple as a tree is no ones god damn business.
#223 - bdowns (12/10/2012) [-]
**bdowns rolled a random image posted in comment #4 at I cannot cope with this laughter ** I have to say happy holidays at work
User avatar #220 - ixcarnifexxi (12/10/2012) [+] (4 replies)
The worst is wishing someone "Merry Christmas" cause if they don't celebrate it; you'll get **** . I mean, why take offence when someone wishes you a merry Christmas? "Here, wish you a good time on this one ******* day of the year." If a Jewish person wished me a happy Hanukkah, I wouldn't get pissed I'd simply say "I don't celebrate it, but thank you anyway". Why do people get so worked up if you wish them a ************************************* ?
User avatar #254 to #220 - breadstickez (12/10/2012) [-]
I hate that. Wish me a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Joyous Kwanzaa, or just a simple Happy Holidays. I will appreciate you going out of your way to say something nice to me. Because I celebrate Christmas I wish most people a Merry Christmas, unless I know otherwise. It doesn't matter if you don't practice the religion, its just a kind wish on your behalf.
User avatar #172 - klick (12/10/2012) [-]
Fun Fact! Christmas isn't the only holiday that uses a pine tree to celebrate. In fact this tradition was first used by the pagans. But it is is the only religion to put a star on top.
#147 - einhetvin (12/10/2012) [-]
Well I think the point that people actually make is when Christmas or Christmas things are displayed or celebrated by or in public institutions. This is because the State is supposed to be secular and they do tend to celebrate Christmas and other things such as the pledge of allegiance, where you're supposed to say "Under God" or something (I'm not American) thats also imposing a religion on those kids when they don't believe in it. These people don't have a problem with the Christmas tree but with the State representing one religion as the norm. And since you cant represent all religions (or non-religions) equally throughout the country, the State shouldn't do this with just one, but with none. Imagine the US was an Atheist Country, and Christianity is now on the rise, so the invert or what is really going on, but the State would still claim to be secular, as they do today. If you were one of these Christians, wouldn't you be offended if the State preferred one specific religion or belief over the rest? And to have countless hints and celebratory symbols and speech about this religion in things where you and your kids seek a secular equality. Christians wouldn't like that very much. If Christians just put themselves in an Atheists shoes, and understand what they think, I think we would have a lot less Christians and a lot more Atheists.
User avatar #137 - warrenzthehero (12/10/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Please please please don't think that all atheists are like yon derpette. I'm fine with your religion, just don't try to convert me. Every atheist I know of feels the same way.
I want to make this known.
#214 to #144 - soylentchartreuse (12/10/2012) [-]
I would like to make a clarification. An atheist is one who does no believe in any religion. An Antitheist is one who hates all religions and sees them as a cancer on society. However an Antitheist will call themselves an atheist simply because they see no difference. There are many types of atheist in the world. Gnostic, agnostic, implicit, explicit, broad, unfriendly, indifferent, etc. Each type has its own little quirks.
#75 - eyeballfrog (12/10/2012) [-]
A truly inspired treatise on the impact of religious symbolism, OP, but you seem to have forgotten something important.
A truly inspired treatise on the impact of religious symbolism, OP, but you seem to have forgotten something important.
#65 - Tyranitar (12/10/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Ironic that America, a country founded for the purpose of religious freedom, has some of the most intolerant people on the planet. I'm not an openly religious person, but if I choose to celebrate Christmas, put up Christmas decorations, say Merry Christmas to people, or say something about God or Jesus and the Cosby Kids in public, I feel I shouldn't have to be stopped because a Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, etc. or even an Atheist, feels offended when they hear about beliefs besides their own.
#62 - trevorbelmont (12/10/2012) [+] (3 replies)
this is my Christmas Tree.

Merry Christmas
User avatar #38 - bounod (12/10/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Tree is a religious icon? I guess Santa Claus is also religious icon since some kids believe in it.

ALL HAIL SANTA!
User avatar #37 - rel (12/10/2012) [+] (2 replies)
My father is Jewish and my mother calls herself a "recovering Catholic." I grew up as a Christian, technically - I used to go to church. I celebrate Christmas more for the idea of togetherness with family and giving to each other rather than the religious aspect.
As for religion, I'm apatheistic. It's very similar to agnostic/atheist, saying that "I don't know if there's a God," but it also says that "I don't care to know." I live my life without religion, and I base my morals without religious beliefs, which is something I've heard people say can't be done. Well, I'm doing it and I've been doing it for years.
Happy holidays, everyone.
#44 to #37 - musclemarinade (12/10/2012) [-]
If you were raised in even a somewhat religious family, your moral structure has been influenced by them (You might not directly base it on Religion, but you can't deny they still played a part the forming of your ideals).    
   
Anyways, here is a gif of a cat.
If you were raised in even a somewhat religious family, your moral structure has been influenced by them (You might not directly base it on Religion, but you can't deny they still played a part the forming of your ideals).

Anyways, here is a gif of a cat.
User avatar #15 - nucularwar (12/10/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Do people even get offended by Christmas? Where is all this coming from?
User avatar #17 to #15 - pebar (12/10/2012) [-]
It comes from politically correct douchebags.
Especially in stores or state funded organizations, people will say happy holidays instead of marry christmas (which i'm fine with). Public christmas trees are being asked to be removed from state buildings because people don't want tax payer money going toward a religion.
Which in my opinion is ******** . A giant christmas tree outside a public building would increase moral and productivity. A great use of tax payer money.
#6 - mrloki (12/10/2012) [+] (2 replies)
**mrloki rolled a random image posted in comment #319 at I would like a president like this ** man, isn't christimas a pagan festival ? I mean, yeah somehow ppl came up with the idea that jesus was born on 25 of december (wich is stupid) but... it was a festival with gifts and stuff before the religious thingy got attached.

I'm not a christian, but I celebrate christimas !
User avatar #7 to #6 - pebar (12/10/2012) [-]
Christmas was moved to December to coincide with the Roman festival of Saturnalia so the early Christians wouldn't be persecuted for celebrating. But you are right; Jesus wasn't really born in December.
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