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Letters: Will Glorieta expand water use?

Letters: Will Glorieta expand water use?

Please see this photo showing plans of Glorieta 2.0 for the Summer of 2015.  I believe the picture includes several new splash pools, swimming pool and water slide. Is this not an expansion of Glorieta’s water-recreation facilities?

Letters: What led to Christian persecution?

Letters: What led to Christian persecution?

“Persecution of Christians reached historic levels in 2014. Will 2015 be worse?” indicates persecution of Christians broke records last year.

Letters: Wisdom of 2 weddings

Letters: Wisdom of 2 weddings

While I teach the importance of separation of church and state in certain Bible studies, I am still in the minority on this subject.

Letters: The difference between Jasper & Ferguson

Letters: The difference between Jasper & Ferguson

David Gushee cites Reinhold Niebuhr, implying white America is to blame for deeds and misdeeds causing racial strife. But Ferguson did not have to happen.

Letters: Glorieta - behavior or core beliefs?

Letters: Glorieta - behavior or core beliefs?

If a Baptist entity’s behavior violated its stated and published core beliefs, which should it change—its behavior or its core beliefs?

Letters: A prayer for Advent

Letters: A prayer for Advent

The world is not there yet, but with God’s help and our diligence in doing his will, the realization of God’s dream/Isaiah’s prophesy will be something to behold!

Letters: Religion, multiple wives & truth

Letters: Religion, multiple wives & truth

(Updated) We must not forget that the Mormon Church started out as a cult where some “special” men could have more than one wife.

Letters: Firing & following rules

Letters: Firing & following rules

We will probably never know the real reason for the firing of Ken Hall,  and maybe that is best.

Letters: Baylor can’t handle success

Letters: Baylor can’t handle success

Can Baylor University not handle success? In the past few months, the media has given Baylor more positive publicity than the university has ever gained.

Letters: Houston mayor did not try to punish preachers

Letters: Houston mayor did not try to punish preachers

I believe your statement, “... the Houston mayor’s office tried to punish preachers for political views based on sincerely held religious beliefs …” misses several obvious points.

Letters: Vigil for a death-row inmate

"Thank you for the story on Miguel Angel Paredes. Through it, we are able to see the human being who is being killed by the state."

Letters: Improve wages & hours

Letters: Improve wages & hours

Hungry children are not the problem, but the consequence of the problem.

Letters: Ebola and the gospel

Letters: Ebola and the gospel

Ebola has been and is high profile news. What a blessed opportunity to preach the gospel, which Jesus himself commanded us to do: “Repent and believe in the gospel.”

Letters: Refusing to vaccinate ‘unethical & immoral’

Letters: Refusing to vaccinate ‘unethical & immoral’

As a Christian and a lawyer who works with families, I believe it is unethical and immoral to not vaccinate a child as recommended by the medical community.

Letters: Choirs changed, but not gone

Letters: Choirs changed, but not gone

“Downbeat forecast for church choirs” does not represent Baptist churches at all, so I do not know why this was even printed in the Baptist Standard.

 
 
 
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