It's funny that they don't recognize how asinine their statement is, since it promotes a religious worldview itself, namely secular humanism.
They also stay well away from anything to do with the Christian faith: I wrote them a note one time asking why they hadn't ever done a doodle for Mardi Gras, which amongst my culture (Acadians) is important, although it is the day before Ash Wednesday, they were cognizant of this probably when they decided to forego this doodle. They made some claim about not being able to do a doodle for everything, which is funny because it would have been a perfect opportunity for them to display the secular, beads & bawdiness representation of this hijacked celebration. 9 years later, they still haven't touched it.
Have they ever done a St Patrick's Day doodle??
And their responses are nonsense anyway, they don't touch religious holidays, yet they do doodles for *Diwali*?!