The American Attack on Christmas and Spiritual Religions

The American Attack on Christmas and Spiritual Religions

Yes boys and girls, there is a Christmas! And the word Christ is in it, as well as a reference to Mass—that is,  group prayer!

The expression of these thoughts in public is a dreaded horror to secular humanists. They know, and fear, the fact that such ideas can make them dissipate into nothing, much as the “wicked witch of the West”did  in the movie: The Wizard of Oz.

I will bet that few of our fellow Americans could explain what a secular humanist is. I even suspect that a limited number, of people of any religious faith, could explain what secular humanism is and how that faith is directly and purposefully competing with their own faith—for life itself.

Secular humanism has been defined  (Steven Hall, 2005) as follows:

“Secular humanism is a religion and a philosophy of life which views man as the supreme being of the universe. It rejects the existence of God and the supernatural. It sees moral values as relative and changing and varying from person to person”.

Hall then asserted:

“We live in a day when there is a great war going on in the society in which we live. There are many battlefronts and aspects to the war, but the primary war in our day is between Christianity and secular humanism”.

“Stay in the battle”!

I believe that Steven Hall’s assessment of this epic battle absolutely correct. No wonder there has been an increasing attack on all things religious, especially Christmas and Easter, by a growing number of secular humanists over the past many years.

Religious thoughts, words and symbols are all now being socially censured in all but the most private of places. The secular humanist atheists in America are increasingly strident, lawered-up and litigious as they strive to denigrate and to destroy all public words and symbols related to spiritual religion. Of course, they will vehemently protest that it is not so, that religion should simply be a personal/private matter. Perhaps some naive secular humanists believe this false idea–but, I cannot believe that most of them do. They are far too insulting and even slanderous and intimidating to religious people for that to be their generally true motive.

For an example of what I mean, check these out.

Spiritual religion that is only a private matter is destined to fade into obscurity under the onslaught of secular humanism, and they know it.

Human faith can be reduced to only two categories. There are the spiritual and the secular humanistic faiths.  Those who call themselves agnostics are consigned to shift back and forth between these to poles, or sit confused in the middle. Whichever of the two faiths is driven  “underground”, out of sight and out of mind, looses the battle; at least from a temporal and sociocultural perspective.

While the average Christian would settle for a  peaceful coexistence with  modern secular humanists, the great and strident proportion of  secular humanists prefer to conduct a stealth and not-so-stealth Jihad against the Christians and other spiritual faiths. This religious war against The Faithful is conducted through  our increasingly progressive government, its secular humanistic schools,  the predominantly progressive legal system, and through America’s ubiquitous and flamingly progressive media.

I wonder how many secular humanist/atheist warriors understand that when they suppress spiritual religions, they are also suppressing the Natural Law upon which our fundamental precepts of morality and ethics are based. Can they be so ignorant as to not see that as they have gained in this mortal contest,  we have all proportionately suffered the loss of honesty, civility and order in America? It is possible, but I doubt it.

Secular humanism is the religion of socialists, communists and dictators. The resulting social disorder and declining economies have traditionally been used to validate their tyrannical actions and to solidify their power. There is unity and symmetry to this big picture which is reflected most clearly in the history the world’s evolving sociocultures.

Find more “handy” examples of secular humanist attacks on spiritual faith at  under Faith.

Wake-Up America!

VTM, 12/22/11

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2 Responses to “The American Attack on Christmas and Spiritual Religions”

  1. Gonzo Says:

    I am always bemused by certain simpleton logic and statements by atheists regarding religion. For example, the refutable argument that more people have been killed in the name of God than from any other source. The next argument is usually to bring up the Crusades, (which was actually a defensive war against invading islamic jihadists), and a few bombers of recent, who were neither Christian, nor religious.

    I guess too they tend to forget the types of carnage that ensued during the dark ages and in certain non-religious regions where female babies were slaughtered for fun.

    Then there is the comments about natives who were actually civilized but did not have a Jesus cross in their paintings. But then, they did hold a belief in “The Creator”, or “The Great Mystery”, and thus maintained a certain level of religion and spirituality, now didnt they.

    But, I think this site refutes the misinformed “insights” by atheists better than I can:

    Good without God huh?


    • vtmawhinney Says:


      Thanks so much for the resource rebutting the common attack on religion “more people have been killed in the name of religion than anythings else”.

      People do flippantly and confidently spout that. I normally do not let it slide by. I will use your resource in a blog very soon. VTM


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