Dis­likes week­end colum­nists

Penticton Herald - - LETTERS -

Dear Ed­i­tor: So Jim Tay­lor has worked for the United Church. Pas­tor Tim Schroeder writes his col­umn as a pas­tor and gets away on cred­i­bil­ity be­cause he be­lieves in the im­pos­si­ble and in 2,000-year-old ru­mors.

Jim Tay­lor doesn’t get that way writ­ing as an au­thor and jour­nal­ist.

Jim Tay­lor feels guilty about tak­ing a park­ing stall be­cause there may be a hand­i­capped per­sons need­ing that spot. How ab­surd. Jim Tay­lor says most peo­ple can’t dis­tin­guish be­tween truth and fic­tion, I would say it’s Tay­lor and Schroeder who are guilty of this.

I used to just chalk up Tay­lor’s inani­ties due to him be­ing a Trudeauite, but him ac­knowl­edg­ing be­ing in­volved with the church adds to his dif­fi­culty in com­mon sense. Week­end ed­i­to­rial pages of­fer two pas­tors col­umns and James Miller.

James Miller would re­ally like to use F-bombs in his “Ed­i­tor’s Note­book.” I think by putting two re­li­gious colum­nists in his pa­per’s week­end edi­tion he doesn’t feel guilty or as guilty.

Gary E. Steven­son Pen­tic­ton

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