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With Christians like these,

With Christians like these, who needs atheists..?

Thus saith the Wikipedia (with references)

It is the demonstrable ignorance of some Christians, even about verifiable historical facts about famous Christians, that opens the Church to the scorn that is poured upon it.
While it is clear that the Christmas tree originates in Renaissance and early modern Germany, there are a number of speculative theories as to its ultimate origin. (emphasis added).

The first evidence of decorated trees associated with Christmas Day are trees in guild halls decorated with sweets to be enjoyed by the apprentices and children. In Livonia (present-day Latvia and Estonia), in 1441, 1442, 1510 and 1514,[citation needed] the Brotherhood of Blackheads erected a tree for the holidays[clarification needed] in their guild houses in Reval (now Tallinn) and Riga. On the last night of the celebrations leading up to the holidays,[clarification needed] the tree was taken to the Town Hall Square where the members of the brotherhood danced around it.[7] A Bremen guild chronicle of 1570 reports that a small tree decorated with "apples, nuts, dates, pretzels and paper flowers" was erected in the guild-house for the benefit of the guild members' children, who collected the dainties on Christmas Day.[1] In 1584, the pastor and chronicler Balthasar Russow in his Chronica der Provinz Lyfflandt (1584) wrote of an established tradition of setting up a decorated spruce at the market square where the young men "went with a flock of maidens and women, first sang and danced there and then set the tree aflame".

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