The exclusive claims of Christ make even the name of a popular holiday offensive to many
By Gene Edward Veith
"WHAT DOES CONTEMPORARY CULTURE HAVE against Jesus? Even non-Christians used to pay tribute to the author of the Sermon on the Mount, even as they tried to remake Him in their image. Muslims considered Jesus to be a nondivine prophet. Humanists hailed Him as a nice-guy philanthropist. Left-wing radicals presented Him as a political revolutionary. Today, though, secularists are recoiling at the name of Jesus like Dracula before a crucifix.
Even in the holiday that celebrates His birth, acknowledging Jesus is no longer politically correct..."