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Published: Monday, Oct. 17 2011 5:00 a.m. MDT

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Razzle2
Bluffdale, UT

William Bennett was the Secretary of Education during the Reagan Administration; not Defense.
He is one of my favorite authors and has spoken in Utah a few times.

GoldieZ
Eureka, UT

This is the 11 Article of Faith for "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints". What a blessing to get all this attention. The good pastor of Texas has done us more good than he ever dreamed! Thanks!

11 We claim the privilege of worshiping Almighty God according to the dictates of our own cconscience, and allow all men the same privilege, let them worship how, where, or what they may.

JohnJacobJingleHeimerSchmidt
Beverly Hills, CA

The comments by Jeffres were not only intentional but planned by high level and influential Perry supporters who wanted to exploit the evangelical vote by any means necessary. This is why I am an independent now, The Republican party has been taken over by far right wing evangelicals.

This is not the last we have heard on this issue.
Expect mystery robocalls when the primaries come up to exploit fear and ignorance.

I predicted this months ago but Perry was not in the race yet, I had guessed it would be someone like Bachmann who has been known to say utterly false statements only to backtrack at double speed.

hc1951
Bend, OR

I know Obedience is the first law of Heaven, but surely Gratitude should come a very close second (cap ltrs intended). I know I fall short. Thanks for the reminder.

Mrs.MacTeacher
NOCONA, TX

As a Christian who has studied, and joined several different churches trying to find the one most like the original, I have seen much prejudice and bigotry along the way. I read somewhere that Christianity was called a "cult" when it began. I tried to guide my four children to the Christian faith,yet one says he is Buddhist. I find no fault there, since my pastor told me that the Buddha and Jesus lived in different times, yet both held life to be sacred,and both beliefs are to bring people to an understanding of God, the Creator. I believe human beings crave knowledge and understanding of the universal moral law,an of the Creator. We cannot have the mind of God, but we can learn from His word about the best way to live our lives.

My grandson now lives in Utah, going to college,on his own. He likes the gentle, kind people there. He claims he is an atheist, but I see that as a 'phase" that he will progress through in time. He is always in my prayers, as are all of our leaders.
I enjoyed this article so much. thanks.

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