Jewish Guy Says Merry Christmas

Posted on December 25, 2012 10:54 am

Irritable Pundit makes an intriguing point about that Christmastime “star in the east“.

Even *I* kinda tilted my head and said “huh… makes sense” upon reading this.

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3 Responses to “Jewish Guy Says Merry Christmas”

  1. dunce says:

    Even if Christianity is mostly myth, i believe it was the major factor in putting the “civil” in western civilization. By the by , i am a atheist. Judea-Christian culture is something the world should be grateful for. The only thing i like from the muslim world are the domed structures. I take a small pleasure in not capitalizing muslim, a kind of thumb in their eye.

  2. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    Even if Christianity is mostly myth…

    How do you explain a “myth” enduring for 2,000 years? With millions abiding by the fundamentals of said myth.

    Oh, and please try to explain, and factor into your atheism, the concept of The Uncaused First Cause.

  3. Apostic says:

    A couple days ago, my co-worker Ali laughed about a message he’d received. “My atheist friend just texted me ‘Merry Christmas.’ I texted him back, ‘An athiest wishes Merry Christmas to a Muslim. Ironic.’”

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