Comedian, actor and musician Tim Minchin’s “White Wine in the Sun” is not your traditional Christmas tune. That’s because his “sentimental song about Christmas” comes with an atheist spin.
But, nonetheless, many Christian’s may still find portions of the song, released in 2009, that resonate with them.
Minchin, who says in the song he would “rather break bread with Dawkins than Desmond Tutu,” slams the “consumerism, the commercialization of an ancient religion.”
Throughout the song, the musician also lavishes praise on the Christian holiday for bringing families together.
So, what do you think?
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