Letters to the Editor Darryel Reigh
I would like to test the injunction to “teach the controversy”
concerning creationism and evolution as advocated recently by Jason
Reese (Commentary, “Legislate morality,” Feb. 9, Gazette).
In Sally Kern’s forthcoming tome, the Republican lawmaker describes bloggers, activists and media casting verbal stones.
News Clifton Adcock
Few people in Oklahoma politics are as polarizing as state Rep. Sally
Kern. Beloved by some, reviled by others, the preacher’s wife,
schoolteacher, grandmother and state representative has made national
headlines more than once.
Letters to the Editor Merle D. Wright
The points of view have been going on for weeks in the Gazette about
the teaching of creationism in Oklahoma’s public schools, and it’s
clear that the creationists need to start at the beginning before
challenging the evolution-of-mankind science.
Letters to the Editor Joshua D. Zambrano
In response to Merle Wright (Letters, “Adam and Eve 101,” June 22,
Gazette), I would agree with Merle that he should indeed re-read it,
since he very much did miss something.
Letters to the Editor Randy Johnston
My faith is simple. I believe in God and Jesus Christ. I believe God is
all things to all people. I believe God loves everybody and everything.
To see God, I merely need to open my eyes and look around. Evidence is
Letters to the Editor M. Doty
To Tom Furlong (Letter, “Agree and disagree,” July 6, Gazette): You need
to get off of the fence. You can’t agree and then disagree and then
judge someone for what they are or how they feel … just because they are
different from you.
Carnival games, music, puppets and more engage kids at the “Back Yard Bash” children’s festival in Guthrie.
Features Alex Ewald
Churches and businesses from all over the Oklahoma City area have joined together to host this year’s children’s festival this weekend in Guthrie to encourage children to learn about the Christian faith with free food, live music and fun activities.
Letters to the Editor James Nimmo
I’m delighted to accept Steve Kern’s challenge (Letters, “Fuel for fossil debate,” July 27, Gazette), especially
as I can do it with his own words. He implies his Bible is a work of
science, and it has convinced him that dinosaurs and men lived at the
same time. If his source material is false, then any opinions based
thereon are also false.