Looks like one more thing to veeeeeedio tape (as one of my college profs used to say it). Coming up on ABC World News Tonight: "Find out why some churches will have thousands of empty seats on Christmas Sunday. "
My wife mentioned seeing the ad on this, not to mention her pondering about how the media often will focus on Christians doing something controversial (i.e. "hypocritical") instead of proactive (i.e. "One Life Revolution" style ministries). I guess that's what makes news, eh?
Regarding the issue of being open or closed on Christmas, I am amused at how passionate an issue this has become. So let's just officially kick at the tires of this "issue," okay?
1) Was the first Christmas special?
2) Why/why not?
3) Did they have a church service?
4) What does this tell us?