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Massey wrong on Trump

Steve Massey’s diatribe against Donald Trump in his March 12 column was disturbing. He states Christians who support Trump tarnish their standing as Christians. Maybe he has forgotten that many great men of God had issues: Moses killed a man before God chose him to lead His people; Jacob stole his brother’s birthright and then became the head of a great nation; the great King David committed adultery and then arranged for the death of his lover’s husband and Paul killed Christians before his conversion. So, let us not judge.

We said we wanted a politically incorrect man to lead this nation. Are we all too squeamish to do our part?

Carolee Bacon

Spokane


 

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