Jesus is truth

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Regarding “Whose Prayer? A New York Case Brings the Issue to the High Court” (Nov. 6 editorial): Whose prayer, you say? The framers, a praying group of courageous God-fearing Christian men seeking release from the despotism of Europe, have given us the freedom to believe or not to believe, to pray or not to pray. The only God, our creator, does not force anyone to pray, believe or worship.

Had your published opinion been rendered in the framers’ day it could have been labeled heresy, and possibly the editorial board members could have enjoyed a sunny day in the pillory.

Jesus Christ is not a belief; He is a truth. He accomplished what no other human could — yet He is derided by you and others. Whatever your choice, to believe or not to believe, to pray or not to pray, the day approaches that each of us will meet Jesus Christ face to face. Then you will explain “whose prayer?”


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