Like I said, Drew, I realize that much of the secular celebration doesn’t take away from the true Christmas focus for others, much of just does for me. And my kids enjoy much more of that stuff than I do, and I let them, because I don’t want to ruin it for them. Besides, I enjoy watching them enjoy it — as long as they know the truth about it.

And I appreciate some of the secular trappings of Christmas: lights, decorated homes, holiday parties, food glorious food, etc. It’s just when Santa is exalted that, to me, pushes Christ to the sideline. I don’t think there’s room for dual-holiday meanings when one of them is the story of God Incarnate.

But I will say for the last time: That’s just me.