Dislikes weekend columnists
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