If our nation’s collective behavior could be diagnosed this week, I am sure we would be pronounced mentally ill.
Exhibit A. Click here to read how our President’s staff has decorated the White House with trees, lights, and nativity sets to celebrate Christmas, the birth of Jesus. Click here to read how our President’s staff is punishing military staff for displaying their personal faith in Jesus.
On the one hand, we want to enjoy the warm, fuzzy feelings of Christmas, while on the other, we don’t want people to embrace its results. It’s okay to sing the songs and soak in the sentiment, but letting it effect our behavior is a no-no. It’s fine to enjoy the peace, love, joy, and prosperity of the Christian Christmas, but the lifestyle that produces it must be publicly squelched.