Letter to the Editor

Sorry for officials

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Dear Editor,

I feel sorry for the people responsible for the removal of the Holy Bible from the public schools.

This country was founded by Christians, and the main textbook in the public schools at that time was the Holy Bible.

Everyone will stand before the Judge, Jesus the Christ. As a Born Again Christian, I have already been judged and Jesus has declared me not guilty, even though I am still a sinner in this life.

My eternity began with God the moment I surrendered to Jesus. (Surrender means, "Jesus I'm tired of fighting you, I want to follow you.")

As a Born Again Christian, when God looks at me, He sees Jesus, and Jesus causes me to be holy and without blame in His sight. (Ephesians 1:4) My beliefs are founded on the Holy Bible.

The first step taken by God haters, and the most important and necessary step, was the removal of the Holy Bible from the public schools. The first step that needs to be taken to take this country back to progress, is to place the Holy Bible back into the public schools, and teach it.

If this isn't done, there will be no more "educators," only "indoctrinators." They will be indoctrinating our children on how to survive in the state or federal penitentiary, (if we live so long.)

Readers, what are your beliefs based on? A comic book? A song? Father God or mother nature? Eternity is a long time, and no one is guaranteed tomorrow.

"Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." Galatians 6:7.

Let's keep it simple, put the Holy Bible back in the public schools where it belongs, and God will take care of the rest of the confusing details. Amen to that.


George R. Anderson


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