Don't presume to know what your God is thinking
I laugh and marvel at people who pretend to know of what God would approve. (Reference the Sept. 5 letter, "God wouldn't approve of president's actions.")
Is there not an admonition in some book or other about not judging that ye not be judged and casting stones?
I think we'd all be better off if we left God out of it. After all, whose God are people referring to? Then again, what if there is no God?
Come on, folks, take responsibility for your own approval and disapproval. Stop hiding behind a God who may or may not exist. Oh, right, you'd have little or no credibility standing alone.
Suzanne Toomey Spinks