LETTERS

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN DARRYL BUSENITZ
I appreciated your comment in Partly Nonsense that we’ve had a law on the books for centuries regarding corporate greed (“Thou shalt not steal”). If I remember right, there are a couple more that might apply, such as “Thou shalt not covet” and “Thou shalt not lie.”

Could it be that we’re beginning to reap the consequences of the moral freefall we began when we took prayer out of schools, the Ten Commandments off our walls, and in general have tried to secularize society and embrace moral relativism (i.e., there is no absolute right or wrong, nor is there a Creator to whom I am accountable for my actions)?

I doubt our government will be able to write laws fast enough to keep us all in line if the majority of us no longer believe in God.

Darryl Busenitz

Burns

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