General stores were blamed of enhancing with Photoshop Christ out of Christmas recently after it risen that less than one per penny of cards they stock have religious themes.
Many stores show hundreds of extraordinary Christmas cards however offer just a modest bunch including conventional Christian scenes.
Some had no cards at all with religious references in their broad ranges.
The Day by day Mail gone by major outlets of the huge four general stores Asda, Sainsburys, Tesco what’s more, Morrisons in seven towns what’s more, cities.
Out of 5,363 cards sold separately or, on the other hand in multipacks, just 45 highlighted Christian scenes such as the Nativity 0.8 per cent.
The most exceedingly awful guilty party was Morrisons, which had six out of a run of 973 cards, or, on the other hand 0.6 per cent.
Second most exceedingly bad was Tesco, in spite of boss official Sir Terry Leahy, a rehearsing Catholic, composing to a client in October to tell her: We have expanded the number of Christmas cards that will be accessible with a religious subject this year.
Dr Wear Horrocks, of the Outreaching Alliance, said general stores were enhancing with Photoshop Christ out of Christmas.
He added: There has been a rise in cards that say Seasons welcome or, then again Cheerful occasions which is confirm of the speeding up of the incline of stripping the religion out of Christian festivals.
Stephen Green, of Christian Voice, said: The circumstance is caused by supervisors subscribing to political accuracy what’s more, the thought that in a few way Christian cards are hostile to other religions. This is essentially not true.
Anas Altikriti, of the Muslim Affiliation of Britain, said he was stressed at the expanding secularization of Britain.
He added: Individuals who are looking for appropriate decision of Christmas cards ought to raise it with the store manager.
The Mail was reached by a Tesco client prior this week who said her nearby store in Ely, Cambridgeshire, had just a modest bunch of cards with religious subjects last year – what’s more, still had as it were three out of 67 last month, in spite of a individual affirmation from Sir Terry.
After she had over and again reached client services, she gotten a letter from the organization chief.
Sir Terry guaranteed more cards this year, she said.
But the determination of cards with anything relating to the true meaning of Christmas was tiny, so he has not kept his word.
Tesco said it had multiplied the go of religiously themed cards this year yet declined to give numbers, saying they fluctuate from store to store.
An Asda representative said: We offer five extraordinary Christmas cards that have religious slant what’s more, customary designs.
Morrisons said: We stock sorts of cards that claim to our customers.
A Sainsburys representative said: The ranges that show up in our stores reflect what our clients need to buy.