The Times today highlights the fact that the Church are using the stamps to highlight the secularisation of Britain. To my mind, these stamps are rather nice, rather traditional Christmas
card scenes, typical of stamps in the past, and are certainly not worthy of attack in any way, shape or form.
The Post Office make clear that they have an open policy of having "religious" themed stamps every other year, with last year's being religious, and next year's will be also.
The church asks why Britain is become secularised. Perhaps they should ask if attacking this set of postage stamps is really going to make people think the church is relevant.