Christians

Reader Input: Work toward mutual respect or ...

I have the deepest sympathy for the people of France for the trauma of the Charlie Hebdo attack ... and I have the utmost respect for the concept of freedom of expression, having t ...

Reader Input: Some have evolved more

Gordon Ainsleigh’s letter (“Some politicos’ price is too high,” Reader Input, Nov. 20) is all based on assumptions and half-truths, at best. Since when is ...

Reader Input: ISIS is world’s common enemy

How many more suicide bombers and how much more loss of human life is it going to take for the human race to recognize the fact that we all face a common enemy? That current enemy ...

Reader Input: Talk about shifting blame

So, let me get this straight (“Avoid being a hypocrite,” Reader Input, July 22). Every Sunday a gentleman, enjoying his morning coffee, observes homeless people and com ...

Reader Input: Churchgoers give greatly

Shame on you, Allen Cassidy (“Avoid being a hypocrite,” Reader Input, July 22). Even though your mind is telling you that you are not judging, it is still a judgment ca ...

Reader Input: Crossing a line with the divine

Elly Derr, in her plea to bring her God into our everyday activities (“May God still bless America,” Reader Input, July 1), is so misinformed on so many issues, a ful ...

Reader Input: Whackos put up billboard blitz

The atheists are hard at work in the Sacramento area. They are putting up what is called “The Billboard Blitz.” They are going to have 55 billboards in the Sacramento a ...

Reader Input: Beware slide into intellectual regression

Not having read the entire curriculum, I cannot judge properly an entire body of work re: home schooling based on one article and various comments of others (“Home school tex ...

Christians need to go Green

Evangelist Christians are identifying with the Republican Party. It seems as though the Green Party would be their political party of choice. They want to invest money, yet they ar ...

Christians intolerant

In response to “China knows little of Jesus,” (Reader Input, Dec. 1): Two questions for Gordon Ainsleigh. Is China evil because it prevented North Korea from falling into “po ...

China knows little of Jesus

I have a question for Christians: Of all the nations from which we commonly buy the things we need and want, only China forbids its people to ever hear and be moved by the teaching ...

Christians a diverse lot

There’s something I’d like to clear up. Not all Christians are Republicans. Not all Christians are in the extreme right. Not all Christians support Sarah Palin. Not all Christi ...

Framers sought faith tolerance

It is often said that to find God in the Constitution, one simply has to read it, and see how often the framers used the words “God,” or “Creator,” “Jesus,” or “Lord. ...

America’s tolerance attacked on 9/11

The idea of hallowed ground is as old as religion. But, it was Lincoln who gave it a secular meaning in the Gettysburg address when he dedicated a portion of that battlefield to th ...

We fund wars, not healthcare

Hypocrisy abounds! Let me get this straight. Conservatives are willing to pay for an obscenely expensive war, in dollars and lives, without challenge, but not pay for a healthcar ...