Religion & Politics

To the Editor:

This is in response to a recent letter by Dianne Peyton who states that religion and politics are acceptable topics. I agree with this basic premise.

I would like to see letters from readers who wish to express diverse opinions on religion and politics. For example, does being a Christian fundamentalist require that you arm yourself, deny man made climate change and own a gun? What other religious or nonreligious values can inform civic conduct? If you believe that you must arm yourself, why do you believe this?

Let’s see those letters. This should be interesting.

Eric Snyder

Westfield, Vt.

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