In December, America redirects much of its attention to Christmas. An agnostic, let alone an atheist, can feel like an outsider.
Some atheists don’t mind that, even welcome it. They prefer to be far from the madding crowd.
But for the atheist and agnostic who want to feel included and to experience Christmas’s many benefits without having to feign allegiance to some omnipotent, omniscient, benevolent deity and his “son,” My PsychologyToday.com article today offers some thoughts.