Monday, July 23, 2007

Letter: "Do not print lies from readers."

Letter: Ref: 7-23-07 Daily Record, “Do not print lies from readers.”

Has the letter writer ever been wrong about anything? If so; under his own standards, doesn’t that make him a liar too?

The many anti-Christian statements quoted to be from our Founding Fathers, are all news to me! Ben Franklin, James Madison, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington were all against Christianity? Again; that is all news to me!

I, along with a lot of others, are very interested in the truth; but with no more to go on than those few quotes from who knows where, we can only assume that they were extracted, and being used, out of context. I would be interested to know where those statements quoted were found, and how we can fit them in with all of the other things that we know that our Founding Fathers said and did. And for which they stood, because those statements appear contradictive to our very history.

We all need to share our experiences and knowledge; that we may live and grow in truth. None of us can stand alone, not even the strongest nation. Truth and love for one another in this world is mankind's only hope and salvation. Those who seek truth will find it.

(Sadly; other hearts are hardened. To them all is foolishness. They have neither eyes to see, nor ears to hear.)

Donald Cole

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