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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Steve Kern

Kern’s ‘huge book of quotes’


Letters to the Editor

Steve Kern
My response to David Grow “Kern is wrong” (Letters, July 27, Gazette):
 
Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Bad move, Oklahoma City Council


Letters to the Editor

Steve Kern
As a pastor, Bible teacher and student of history, I would like to say to the City Council, your vote to add “sexual orientation” to the nondiscrimination list was a bad move.
 
Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Force? What force?


Letters to the Editor

Kevin Pensoneau
I am writing in response to Rev. Steve Kern’s letter in the Oklahoma Gazette titled “Bad move, Oklahoma City Council.”
 
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Bad move, ‘Bad move’


Letters to the Editor

Kevin Burns
In response to “Bad move, Oklahoma City Council” (Letters, Dec. 7, Oklahoma Gazette):
 
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

An unforced life


Letters to the Editor

Clinton Wiles
Rev. Kern (Letters, Dec. 7, Gazette) holds that a legal requirement to treat all citizens as equals, with comparable opportunities to live, work, love, pass on property and share problems forces him to embrace the lifestyle of those of whom he disapproves.
 
Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Don’t discriminate


Letters to the Editor

Rob Bennet
In response to “Bad move, Oklahoma City Council” by Steve Kern (Letters, Dec. 7, Oklahoma Gazette): as an Oklahoman, religions scholar and self-proclaimed independent when it comes to religious affiliation, I would like to say to Steve Kern, your hypocrisy was a bad move.
 
Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Willful ignorance of science


Letters to the Editor

Jordan Jay
Rev. Kern, your March 13 letter, “What evolutionists fear” (Oklahoma Gazette), betrays a fundamental misunderstanding of evolutionary theory. Spontaneous generation was an incorrect scientific hypothesis that Louis Pasteur did, indeed, disprove. However, to equate spontaneous generation and the current definition of abiogenesis is disingenuous. Spontaneous generation referred to the idea that individual present-day organisms could arise from nonliving matter, such as maggots seeming to arise from rotten meat out of thin air.
 
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
 
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