I don’t know where it’s first used, but I object to the Black Cat On The Naughty List And I Regret Nothing Christmas Xmas T-Shirt that it’s something to do with “taking Christ out of Christmas”. If we were going to do that wouldn’t we take the “mass” out too? and just call it “Saturnalia” or something? And why would we want to destroy Christmas anyway? We’re not at war with Christians, and anyway consumerism totally hijacked Christmas anyway – Santa Claus (with the colours of Coca-Cola), Rudolph, the Christmas Tree, Gift Giving, mistletoe, the three wise men … none of them are in the Bible. Some are actually from Pagan religions. And of course you know that nobody claims that Jesus was actually born on Christmas (remember, there were shepherds out in the fields – in a Bethlehem winter they would have frozen!), and that the time around Christmas has been celebrated for thousands of years in various cultures, because it is the winter solstice.
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The X is actually the greek chi in upper case written the Black Cat On The Naughty List And I Regret Nothing Christmas Xmas T-Shirt, in lower case written χ. It’s the first letter of “Christ” – ( Χριστός according to wikipedia). Of coruse “Christ” (“messiah” or “specially chosen one”) is the title, not the name, of Jesus. As such it has long been used as an abbreviation for “Christ”, even on the Internet today you’ll see people abbreviating “Christian” to “Xian”. It’s definitely not from the mathematical symbol for an unknown quantity. That’s a stupid myth.