This time he joined me to argue the case for Christmas and why everybody should celebrate it.
It’s a position with which I agree because, after all, Christmas is a time of joy, fun and silliness. For many, it’s also a time to reflect on one’s Christianity.
I am no fan of the black pill, which is essentially ultra-cynicism and nihilism. However, the pagan roots of Christmas are a fact and there is no getting around its history.
Nevertheless, the general joy that engulfs Christmas trumps the boring puritanical approach, in my opinion. My Christmas-themed conversation with Bob Moran and James Delingpole is one such example.
My wife and I watch silly Christmas movies starring Macaulay Culkin and Arnold Schwarzenegger; she puts up lights and I make eggnog; and we have delicious meals with our families.
If God sends me to Hell for that, then so be it.
Mark and I had a great time chatting about Christmas, movies, paganism and why we reject politically correct nonsense like “happy holidays” and “festive season”.