Letters

  • Letters: Costs of not tithing

    If every Christian tithed, there would be no need for a government-run welfare system.

  • Letters: Problem is abortion, not guns

    Guns are not the problem in America. People who are full of demons kill the innocent. Our larger problem of killing the innocent is abortion.

  • Letters: ‘Thanks for Tar Sands Blockade support’

    TEXAS BAPTIST FORUM: What a wonderful thing the pastor and members of Austin Heights Baptist Church in Nacogdoches did for the young people involved with the Tar Sands Blockade (Dec. 3)!

  • Letters: ‘The greatest Christmas gift’

    TEXAS BAPTIST FORUM: God gave us the greatest Christmas gift about 2,000 years ago. This great gift of salvation is to be found with each of our names on it. We only need to accept and enjoy it.

  • Where’s the ‘war on Christmas?’

    TEXAS BAPTIST FORUM: I’m surprised we aren't seeing more letters to the editor and emails complaining about the imaginary "war on Christmas.

  • Mormons and faith

    TEXAS BAPTIST FORUM: Mormons are not Christian but are a group that adds words and pagan practices to their religion at the time they need them.

  • Religious liberty and soul competency

    TEXAS BAPTIST FORUM: David Moore presents a good case for religious liberty and soul competency in "Should I vote for a Mormon?" (Sept. 17). But he fails to face Mitt Romney's own claim about his faith.

  • Texas Baptist Forum

    We do not have a "gun problem" in the United States, but a sin problem.

  • Texas Baptist Forum: 2nd Amendment revisited

    Knox does not know what he is talking about when he mentions militias.

  • Texas Baptist Forum

    Allow the law-abiding citizens to be armed, and the massacres will stop, along with a lot of other crimes.

  • Texas Baptist Forum

    The No. 1 problem is the human condition permeated with hatred, abusiveness, greed, infidelity and other sins.

  • Texas Baptist Forum

    "I neglected to give credit where it is due in my response when accepting the Greg Warner Lifetime Achievement Award from Associated Baptist Press." — Toby Druin.