Yes, yes, I know–Christmas has been paganized and commercialized and December 25th is probably not even the actual date of the Christ’s birth. Instead, the Christ was probably born sometime in the Spring or Fall rather than Winter. In fact, so far as I know, no living man truly knows the Christ’s actual date of birth.
A lot of people reject Christmas because they know that December 25th is not the Christ’s true birthday. I respect their opinion
Nevertheless, if the Christ was born, then just because we don’t know his true date of birth, that doesn’t mean that we can’t still celebrate his birth–even if our celebration is on the wrong day. In the end, we don’t celebrate the exact date of the Christ’s birth so much as the birth itself. If some of us refuse to celebrate on the “wrong” date, do we ever celebrate that birth at all? Shall we cease all celebration of the birth simply because we don’t know the exact date?
Here’s a video of people celebrating the birth of Christ. Even if they’re celebrating on the wrong day and perhaps making other errors, they’re still celebrating the Christ’s birth. I can’t see how that celebration would displease the Christ.