It's tough for an atheist on Christmas. Everyone's a-ho-hoing or a-ring-a-linging, and it's an obstacle course these days trying to avoid long shopping lines and at-capacity parking lots. When even the gas stations have nativity scenes and the elevators play Christmas music, where is an atheist to turn? Why to <i>The Atheist's Guide to Christmas</i>, a collection of essays by Richard Dawkins, Phil Plait, and others, of course! Patt talks to two of the contributors to gain some insight – Neal Pollack, the satirist and journalist who wrote <i>Stretch: The Unlikely Making of a Yoga Dude</i>, and Emery Emery, film maker, author, and prominent voice for the atheist cause.
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