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Valentine's Day: Some Christians Still Worship Saints

I've never been a fan of Valentine's Day, which might explain why I've never written a post about it. But since I've written at least one post about almost every other holiday, including several of the ones I don't like, I figured it was time.I think that Valentine's Day provides atheists with an opportunity to remind ourselves that some Christians still worship saints. Is worship too strong a word? Fine.
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