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What the biggest 'War on Christmas' controversy gets wrong about history

• Many people think the term "Xmas" in lieu of "Christmas" has secular origins. • But "Xmas" predates any current talk about the alleged "war on Christmas." • In fact, it can be traced back to the early days of Christianity. On the surface, it certainly looks like "Xmas" shoves Christ out of Christmas. The word itself almost appears to cross out the mere mention of the holiday's religious focus.
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