Stand by the Bible and Second Amendment
As I sit here the quote by Charlton Heston, “from my cold dead hands,” comes to mind. He was referring to the Second Amendment to the Constitution and preserving our gun rights.
I support those rights, but I was thinking of another battle — the battle of Christians preserving the Bible and how it was written. There are those who think they are able to reevaluate this sacred book and eliminate parts they think are not relevant in today’s world.
I personally believe in the whole Bible, and as it states many times, it is relevant yesterday, today and tomorrow. Don’t throw away the promises the Bible makes for the empty promises made by man.
We need to stand by the biblical lessons that made our country strong, built a foundation for our lives and gave us a promise for eternity. So remember, hold your Bible close to your heart, and don’t let them change one jot nor tittle. Jim Vinup South Whitehall Township