I don’t consider myself a Christian (at least not anymore) and I don’t consider Christmas a religious holiday. It is just as much a cultural holiday as it is religious, which is evident in the fact that it is a national holiday. I don’t celebrate Hanukkah because I am not Jewish, but I don’t think Christmas has that same stigma. Regardless of Christmas’ origins (which are highly debated), it has morphed into nothing more than a celebration of being together, much like Easter is now just a celebration of Spring. Historically, all holidays centered around either Christian events or dates of political significance, so naturally those holidays have become more non-religious, or have faded into national celebratory obscurity as societal and political changes took place and freedom of religion became commonplace.