Deeply held religious beliefs do good in the world

It is truly disheartening to see the eagerness with which people jump on the bandwagon to Christian bash.

Editor’s note: This letter is in response to multiple recent letters about religious beliefs in the public sphere.

It is truly disheartening to see the eagerness with which people jump on the bandwagon to Christian bash. As though you couldn’t fill volumes with the good works and humanitarian deeds done every day across this world for people of every kind by Christ followers in the name of their “religious beliefs.”

Brandy Garton

Enumclaw

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