are facts never disputed that are not relevant to the discussion of that school incident. So is the fact that Jesus was crucified, and that 2+2=4.4
Fact: The play is also used by christians to celebrate their religious holiday...like it was in this case.5
see 1, 2, & 3....it was being used as a yearly celebration of a religous holiday. Im sure if the play was put on by a drama class in May there would be no issue.6
Wrong...obviously MANY celebrate Christmas as a religious holiday. Seriously? So Christmas Mass at our Church is not a religous act? LOL OK7
Im sure SOME do...but that is the exception not the rule. Some Christians try to eliminate some secular xmas traditions too. So?8
See 1,2,3, & 5. That observation doesnt prove anything about the incident.9
It is OPINION it was an attack on a holiday, as I showed, it could be about using school time and resources innappropriately, which I agreed with. and my kids go to a Catholic School and we celebrate Christmas.
War on Christmas?....yeah, rationalwiki seems to be pretty accurate. I see FAR more "Jesus is the reason for the season" signs and bumperstickers than I see "Christmas is not religous and is only for gift giving" bumper stickers (obviously we dont see those)
and remember, you said:
"evidence" in an internet forum discussion on the validity of political correctness is pointless:
why start now? **The interesting thing to ME about this whole story, and the point that speaks volumes, is that not one parent stepped up to do this after-school hours.
The other interesting point to me, if we are supposed to think this play is soley educational about religion (not celebratory), then why was it the only play done for decades?