I agree with you... in part.
The music and the biblical passages are rather still decidedly faith-based Christian.
But yes, there's a creeping secularism. Previously, it only reared its ugly head with the orchestra playing Jingle Bells in the overture amidst the sacred music. Now it extends to the opening number of Wonderful Time of the Year.
I've mentioned above that I didn't like that made-up dramatization leading into Silent Night. I'd drop that *and* the story of how Silent Night came about.
I didn't like the mash-up of Joy to the World and Hallelujah Chorus. It just destroys the integrity of both.
- Ditch Wonderful Time and start with Joy to the World
- Ditch any intro to Silent Night that isn't a passage from the Gospels.
- Keep Hallelujah Chorus as is and stop confusing the attendees about whether to stand or not.
- And ditch Jingle Bells from the overture, there's everywhere else in WDW to hear it.
I did like Can You Hear What I Hear... very nicely arranged.