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Collateral damage

Kudos to Emma Freire for her excellent article exposing the horrific adverse reactions to the experimental, insufficiently tested COVID-19 vaccines, for which the pharmaceutical companies were not held accountable.
     Pam Prichard / Los Alamos, N.M.

Thank you for being brave enough to publish a piece that cordially questions the safety and efficacy of the jab. Checking out of the pharmaceutical industry/medical hamster wheel is an option, and I’m so glad my family stepped off and waved goodbye.
     Maribeth Scott / Camden, S.C.

It is no wonder that so many people are losing confidence in the medical world’s “expertise.” How are we to trust when what it says is safe, isn’t, and what it says is imperative, like abortion, actually kills? Go figure.
     Ron Kanagy / Accident, Md.

As a medical doctor, I hope your article doesn’t keep people away from getting needed vaccinations. The ultimate observation was how serious COVID-19 illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths practically went to near zero among those vaccinated. It saved lives.
     Harold H. Fain / Fort Worth, Texas

Why Trump?

Why “past moral indiscretions”? Can that not be said about every candidate who has run for public office? Can that not be said about all of us?
     Scott Orr / Pensacola, Fla.

You say Donald Trump has “past moral indiscretions.” That sounds like he drove a little too fast, but he’s divorced twice, found liable for sexual abuse and fraud, a chronic liar, mocks the weak, brags about adultery, and bribed a porn star. We are all sinners whom the Lord can redeem and use, but God help us if we think this man has Christian values.
     Adam Pratt / Wheaton, Ill.

I have to wonder why so many Christians fear for the future of the United States and decide to trust Trump rather than God.
     Larry Gehman / Brownsburg, Ind.

Will MAGA be the great delusion that distracts American evangelicals from our mission?
     Ron Mason / Bend, Ore.

Lights, camera, profanity

Those who use profanity are dogs barking, and those who enjoy it are hyenas yipping. The creators of these stories demonstrate sloth and lack of craft.
     Steven Moore / Nashua, N.H.

Costly kids

Psalm 127:3 says children are a reward from the Lord. He has blessed my wife and me infinitely with 11 of them. Thank you, Janie B. Cheaney, for the reminder.
     Robert Heckmann / Canton, S.D.

Music to my ears

It seems inconsistent to omit a song by Cab Calloway for being “not … Biblically compatible” and yet include the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction,” which describes unfulfilling sexual encounters.
     Stuart Smith / Salisbury, N.C.

Two-tier Christianity?

In contrast to Collin Garbarino’s critique and criticism, I believe John Mark Comer is pointing out Jesus’ commission to us to rescue people from darkness and teach them how to live in God’s kingdom.
     Rita Gorski / Mission Viejo, Calif.


The Pietta 1851 Confederate Navy revolver is a replica of a Colt model used in the Civil War (Quick Takes: “Ditching the gun,” Feb. 24, 2024).


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