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www.ligonier.org/blog/why-is-x-used-when-it-replaces-christ-in-christmas

Dec 19, 2016 ... The X in Christmas is used like the R in R.C. My given name at birth was ... There's a long and sacred history of the use of X to symbolize the ...

www.vox.com/2014/12/14/7374401/jesus-xmas-christmas

Dec 14, 2014 ... You've probably heard the phrase "Keep Christ in Christmas," either on a church sign, or a Facebook wall. You might have even heard it this ...

blog.dictionary.com/xmas-christogram

Dec 21, 2015 ... But the history of the word “Xmas” is actually more respectable — and fascinating — than you might suspect. First of all, the abbreviation ...

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2011/12/the-x-in-xmas-doesnt-take-the-christ-out-of-christmas

Dec 21, 2011 ... xmas Myth: “Xmas” is a non-religious name / spelling for “Christmas”. ... So “Xmas ” and “Christmas” are equivalent in every way except their lettering. .... etymology, and history does not take the "Christ" out of "X-Mas" it merely ...

www.snopes.com/holidays/christmas/xmasabbr.asp

Origins: The abbreviation of 'Xmas' for 'Christmas' is neither modern nor disrespectful. The notion that it is a new and vulgar representation of the word ...

news.yahoo.com/x-xmas-literally-means-christ-150002098.html

Dec 14, 2014 ... The abbreviation stuck and eventually was shortened to Xmas. ... the culture wars , the historical tension between the left and the Christian right.

www.whychristmas.com/customs/christmas_or_xmas.shtml

Find out what Xmas means and why we sometimes use it instead of Christmas! The history of the name of Christmas and Xmas.

www.crivoice.org/symbols/xmasorigin.html

Dec 9, 2014 ... You've heard the classic story about the little boy who noticed the huge red-and- green sign spray-painted on a department story: "Happy Xmas.

www.thoughtco.com/is-x-in-xmas-sacrilegious-117695

Dec 15, 2014 ... The name Xmas is sometimes seen as a move to take the religious Christ element out of Christmas. But that's not its origins.