When Christians are not warning each other about the war on Christmas, some ruminate over how can agnostics and atheists participate in this most religious of holidays. They pose such questions as "If you don't believe in God or Christmas, you must believe in something"--as if this means anything.
Meanwhile, some of my fellow infidels seem to get overworked about Christmas themes erected on public property, especially court houses. As a conservative, I do not get too worked up about it. Christmas is a folk tale that gets celebrated one time a year (maybe twice if one includes Easter). So what if a local community puts up religious themed display during the "holiday season."
As to how an agnostic or atheist celebrates the season, Pat Condell says it best: