Non-Believers’ Beliefs

Atheist symbol at Daley Plaza

Atheist symbol at Daley Plaza

For years, Daley Plaza in Chicago has hosted privately maintained Christmas and Hanukkah displays. Now there is another worldview represented there. Among the nativity scene and the menorah is a giant letter “A”, representing atheists and agnostics.

I’m glad that those who don’t believe in God have found a way to celebrate the birth of his Son, aren’t you?

“He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him. Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God.”—John 1:11-12.

Happy Holiday!

And we know Who the holiday is for, don’t we?

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4 Responses to Non-Believers’ Beliefs

  1. “And we know Who the holiday is for, don’t we?”

    Yup. Saturn. After all, Saturnalia is when we started celebrating by decorating with lights, green trees and garlands, and giving each other presents.

    So, Io Saturnalia! (That means Happy Saturnalia, to you, sir!)

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