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New Starbucks cup is criticized for lack of overt Christmas symbolism

A small and vocal group of Evangelical Christians are protesting the latest holiday cups from Starbucks; the company offers a new design each year, and this year, they’ve avoided the busier, snowflake covered designs of past years by simply placing their logo on a red cup.

Outlets like Breitbart, a self-styled conservative news site, have called this latest design another attack against Christians and Christianity, but many Christians disagree, seeing this as simply a new coffee cup design and not something to […]

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