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Letter to the editor: Why are atheists offended?

My question to letter-writer Courtney Hodge “Atheism & politics”: Why do atheists like yourself get so offended by people who recognize and worship God? Do you get offended by other religions?

If you believe there is no God who created and loves you, why do you care about where the Ten Commandments or other religious things are posted or placed? I don’t like to see Satanistic signs or behavior, or anything saying there is no God, but I won’t threaten or be sarcastic about it. Love wins over hate every time.

Try proving the King James Christian Bible wrong, then see what happens. I would ask you to look back in history when our country had love and respect for God and how much more love and peace we enjoyed in America.

Norma Musloe


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