Is it a good thing to use the symbol of the cross to saturate the culture with the Christian message? Why not‚ if I might ask?
Check out these two photographs. One is from New York and the year is 1956. This lighting display in the financial district of Manhattan was a surefire way to attract attention during the Easter celebrations of 1956.
Here is the official newspaper coverage from 1956:
3/29/1956 New York – Huge crosses‚ formed by lighted windows blaze above New York’s skyline as part of an Easter display in Manhattan’s financial district. This scene photographed from the roof of the Municipal Building features 150-foot-high crosses in the following buildings (L-R) the City Services Co.; City Bank – Farmers Trust Co.; and the Forty Wall Street Corp. (United Press Telephoto)
The other skyscrapers below are from Oklahoma City and these are definitely from Christmas. In fact‚ this source tells us is is a tradition and it has been going on for decades.