Forty elementary school students at The Inter-national School at Dundee yesterday performed "The Rainbow Christmas," a play that promotes tolerance and diversity. Debbie Kendrick's second-grade class and Gene Schmidt's fourth-grade class performed the play in front of a schoolwide audience. The message of the play coincides with the school's values of fostering a society of acceptance among people of different beliefs and cultures, Schmidt said. (Greenwich Time)
The play is implying that Christmas-time is here so we can all learn to just get along. Funny, but I thought that the meaning of Christmas was Immanuel coming to earth to save His people from their sins. God became flesh to dwell among us.
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