Aug 18, 2011

Letter to the Editor


DEAR SIR:
     I am of the "born again" Christian persuation. This
fact must be understood as a central theme of this letter.
     On occassion I cross paths with a gentleman who I
consider a friend at the Jackson Y Center. Let us call him
Mr. X. Mr. X and I have had several debates over spiritual
matters. As I understand his position, he thinks "loving"
others is enough to get to heaven. While this is vital to
gain entrance to heaven, the fact remains that as sinful
beings we cannot love as we should without the miraculous
change that being born again brings about.
     Mr.X seems to deny the deity of Jesus, and by so doing
puts himself in direct    opposition to men such as Paul,
Peter, James, John, and all the other apostles. As well he
argues against Martin Luther, Billy Graham, and 1,000's of
others. As for me I throw my lot in with all those others.
     Columbus thought he had discovered India....hmm...he
was wrong wasn't he ? Mr. X needs to realize the error of
his ways.

JACK WARDER

Category: General
Posted by: Frank
DEAR SIR:
     I am of the "born again" Christian persuation. This
fact must be understood as a central theme of this letter.
     On occassion I cross paths with a gentleman who I
consider a friend at the Jackson Y Center. Let us call him
Mr. X. Mr. X and I have had several debates over spiritual
matters. As I understand his position, he thinks "loving"
others is enough to get to heaven. While this is vital to
gain entrance to heaven, the fact remains that as sinful
beings we cannot love as we should without the miraculous
change that being born again brings about.
     Mr.X seems to deny the deity of Jesus, and by so doing
puts himself in direct    opposition to men such as Paul,
Peter, James, John, and all the other apostles. As well he
argues against Martin Luther, Billy Graham, and 1,000's of
others. As for me I throw my lot in with all those others.
     Columbus thought he had discovered India....hmm...he
was wrong wasn't he ? Mr. X needs to realize the error of
his ways.

JACK WARDER