See how much you really kw about the history of Christmas. Have fun and be challenged by 100 far-ranging trivia questions about Christmas. The questions are loosely organized into three subjective categories of easy, medium, and hard. The advantage to this loose organization is that the questions move back and forth from topic to topic, so seldom are there very many questions about the same subject in a row. Although the book does t further organize the questions, here is some further categorization, to give you an idea of the nature of the questions: *10 questions about the modern Santa *7 questions about how Saint Nicholas became kwn as Santa Claus in the United States *20 questions about Christmas cards, trees, stockings, and presents *4 questions about Christmas decorations and symbols *20 questions about Christmas music *15 questions about Christmas-themed books and movies *4 questions about Christmas in the Bible *20 questions about the history of celebrating Christmas. Some of these questions are religious in nature. The subtitle uses the terms secular and sacred and if the questions were classified by only those two broad categories, there are 63 secular questions and 37 sacred questions. Some questions are easy, some are difficult. Most are multiple choice. Given the difficulty, these questions are aimed at ages 12 to adult. The book takes a distinctly pro-Christian stance on Christmas. However, it also celebrates the secular fun in Christmas. A bibliography is provided.