Letters

  • Letters: Race in sentencing

    Regarding “Evangelical leaders protest race in sentencing” : It is unfortunate when an “expert witness” chooses to ignore other factors in dealing with “dangerousness.”

  • Letters: The lack of civility

    The 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination in Dallas has been all over our TV this week. 

  • Letters: Lifting up the poor

    Jesus does not force his followers to do anything, but Jesus desires our minds and hearts be attuned to lifting up the poor.

  • Letters: Tax-exempt status

    When churches complain about their inability to engage in politicking, they are only complaining about the cost of the tax-free status they have freely chosen to accept.

  • Letters: Editorial independence

    It is a bad day when Christian news has to be controlled by powers of the church fathers.

  • Letters: Background checks

    I see a lot of problems with background checks.

  • Letters: Thanks for ‘Love’ editorial

    Thank you for “Love, not condemnation, leads the world to Jesus.” 

  • Letters: Looking for inmate disciplers

    We are looking for associations or churches that would host a training event for first-time volunteers in the Restorative Justice Ministries in Texas.

  • Letters: Corporations not protected?

    I am confused about the argument that some have made regarding a corporation is not an individual and therefore not protected by the constitution.

  • Letters: Overcome greed & prejudice

    Your editorial on values and recent remarks by the new pope renew my faith that Christians can make a difference against greed and prejudice.

  • Letters: Pope isn’t more liberal

    Many in the media think the Catholic pope is becoming more liberal, but he isn’t. He doesn’t think women should have the same rights as men.

  • Letters: Long-gone Baylor days

    I’m a former officer of the Baylor Alumni Association, and I’ve always been a proud Baylor grad, but those days are gone.