Christ has effectively been purged from Christmas

There are many in America that not only think that Christ has been purged from Christmas, but they are not at all concerned that it has happened. How did Christians lose control of this sacred holiday? How did the secular world manage to redefine the celebration into something other than the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ?

What can real practicing Christians do to help bring this nation back from the abyss? What institutions need to be wrestled away from the far left? Has God washed his hands of us and let the world have its way? Don’t count on it.

As Written By Douglas MacKinnon for Townhall:

Newsflash: The War on Christmas is over.

Those who rightfully believe that Christ needs to be a part of Christmas and those rebelling against the politically correct tyranny looking to strip all spirituality from the holiday have lost.

You have lost. We…have lost.

According to the latest results from the Pew Research Center – and already being gleefully shouted from the rooftops of certain left-leaning media sites orchestrating the campaign against faith-based Christmas – while 90 percent of Americans still celebrate Christmas in one way or another, a majority find that the religious elements of Christmas are emphasized less and less and few of them care about that change.

If accurate, it not only tells us how truly lost we are as a nation, but underscores the dangers of absolute power, discrimination, and propaganda.

Decades ago, Christians, conservatives and anyone against the insanity of political correctness ceded the three major megaphones of our nation to the far-left. Those megaphones being the media, entertainment, and academia.

Once the far-left was essentially given absolute control of the megaphones of our nation, they made sure they kept control via a brutal and ongoing process of discrimination in …….


‘Christ’ Purged from Christmas and the Left Rejoices – Douglas MacKinnon

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