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It's a Starbucks Coffee Cup, America, Not the Holy Grail

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There’s trouble brewing at Starbucks and if you believe what you read on social media – their 2015 Red Holiday Cups are the greatest threat to Christianity since the Islamic State started beheading the faithful.

A very vocal group of Christian coffee lovers is a bit perturbed at the lack of yuletide flavor in their 2015 Red Holiday Cups.

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Previous designs have included all sorts of Yuletide accessories from scarves to ornaments to snowflakes.

But this year Starbucks decided to go minimalistic. It’s just a plain red cup – no holiday messages, no holiday images.

And that has folks accusing the coffee giant of being anti-Christmas.

Should we really expect a secular company to embrace Christianity?
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