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Bill Russell/Brighton, Mich.
April 9: These groups would be better served by discussing how the U.S. Constitution can be taught throughout the country and the freedoms we now enjoy can be strengthened. They should look into the corrupt media and political class and how they have destroyed our republic.
Kären Douglass/Lakeland, Fla.
Standing for Biblical truth and against sin rather than engaging with the culture is where we conservatives must side. One of the many compromises given was becoming Facebook friends because of a shared love of The Bachelor. Really?
Richard Fogdall/The Sea Ranch, Calif.
April 9: Does Elizabeth Neumann not understand that many of the real or potential problems caused by inadequate or improper vetting of emergency Afghan immigrants are the result of a disastrous and poorly planned and executed withdrawal from Afghanistan by the Biden administration?
Steve Scholz/Corvallis, Ore.
Esther Eaton should have asked Elizabeth Neumann what she thought of the Biden administration’s policy of admitting 2 million-plus unidentified, uninvited, and unvetted immigrants to cross the southern border.
Anthony Raila/Severna Park, Md.
How does a conversation on immigration benefit from its introductory declaration of either Elizabeth Neumann’s support of or opposition to President Donald Trump’s reelection?
Marc Mailloux/Pompano Beach, Fla.
April 9: Ray Hacke reminds us of Jackie Robinson’s magnificent example of Christian activism. Robinson showed how it’s possible to find a third way between complacent acceptance of the corrupt status quo and counterproductive violent rebellion.
Kelsey Melvin/Euless, Texas
April 9: The article on arbitration glosses over the fact that sexual harassment and assault are crimes and victims may desire more than financial compensation, including putting the perpetrator in jail and having the company face severe consequences if it covered up a crime or promoted a culture of harassment.
Peter Kushkowski/Portland, Conn.
April 9: There is no better example of how Satan has blinded mankind to the truth than the photo of transgender swimmer Lia Thomas.
Catherine Stuckey/Hendersonville, N.C.
April 9: Joel Belz’s dream helped me understand the failure of journalism over the past two years. Sometimes journalists realize they have made the problem worse. And that is why the Good News of the gospel is still the best news.
Bruce McKechnie/New Holland, Pa.
April 9: I laughed out loud at Janie B. Cheaney’s reference to Leviticus as “the graveyard of many a Bible reading plan.” The reason being, I had just started Leviticus’ 27 chapters. That’s about 27 times I’ll think of her comment.
Thomas Christiansen/Seattle, Wash.
April 9: When talking about underestimating or overestimating Satan, C.S. Lewis once said, “There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. And the other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them. They themselves are equally pleased by both errors.”
Carey Stark/Savannah, Ga.
April 9: The whales have recovered from overhunting because kerosene replaced whale oil for lighting.
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