Keep re­li­gion in churches?

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - EDITORIAL -

Re­gard­ing the opin­ion that abor­tion is wrong in the eyes of the Lord. Read­ing your ed­i­to­ri­als and see­ing re­li­gious rhetoric spewed forth, with Bi­ble quote af­ter Bi­ble quote, made me sick to my stom­ach that there are peo­ple who want to force their re­li­gious be­liefs on oth­ers.

I am sure we are all in agree­ment that peo­ple are free to belief in what ever God they choose fit, and lead their lives by what ever book is writ­ten about that par­tic­u­lar God. Hav­ing an opin­ion is one thing, bas­ing your opin­ion off a re­li­gious book and say­ing oth­ers need to fol­low what their book says, is some­thing else.

The days of re­li­gion interfering in ev­ery­one's life should be past gone, and stay in the churches and homes, where they be­long. Darryl Blake, Char­lot­te­town

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