I'm trying to track down a live action retelling of A Christmas Carol I would have seen on TV sometime around the early to mid 2000's in the United States. It was a standalone movie with frequent commercial breaks. It felt like it was made-for-TV but I can't say for sure.
The main deviation I remember is that the main plot is Scrooge petitioning to remove a nativity scene from in front of the courthouse. I can't remember if he gets permission or not but the scene ends with Scrooge going outside and personally busting up the display.
I don't remember the three ghosts, so I don't remember if they were cut or if I just missed them, but I do remember Scrooge losing a debate with a holy, priestly figure. Scrooge would say some kind of secular fallacy, and then the priest would rationally explain how Scrooge was wrong. The entire movie was very pro-religion, not sure of the exact denomination.
Then the last thing I remember is Scrooge was alive in a closed casket and begging to be let out while Marley's ghost looked over him. I don't remember the ending.