Letters: Jul. 12, 2004

Faith, God and the Oval Office

"Bush's relationship with his God should be a private matter, not one that dictates national and international policy." BOB FINGERMAN New York City

In "The Faith Factor" Nancy Gibbs explored the issue of religion and politics and the faith of George W. Bush [June 21]. As a lifelong Christian, I am appalled that the President can get away with calling himself a Christian. Bush may see the pre-emptive use of force as acceptable, but Jesus said those who live by the sword will die by it. Jesus taught us to love our enemies, pray modestly...

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