Goshen News, Goshen, IN

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor
  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 19: Waiting for the first stone In regard to letter to the editor, "Homosexuality is fornication" (The Goshen News, March 15): John 8:1-7 -- The good news translation. The Woman Caught in Adultery -- 1) Then everyone went home, but Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. 2) Early the ne

    March 19, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 14, 2014: Choose wisely in life A German monk exclaimed that, no "greater sin" lies within a man than to steal nourishment from another. Adorned with jewels, applauded by his peers, deemed pious, "such a man ought rather be hung from the gallows." Thus were Martin Luther's regards

    March 14, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 13, 2014: ‘Wall of separation’ misinterpreted Throughout much of our history, teachers read the Bible to students and Scripture was memorized. Students and teachers prayed together and the Ten Commandments were displayed in the schools. The teaching of creation was once the norm. The philosophy

    March 13, 2014

  • GN140309 Wayne Stubbs READER POINT OF VEW: Concord schools fighting to maintain history of excellence At Concord Community Schools, we're all about kids. As you probably already are aware, the corporation will be asking Concord voters for an additional $0.405 per $100 of assessed valuation during the May primary election. The impact for property taxp

    March 9, 2014 1 Photo

  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 7, 2014: Choose wisely against sin Once again man's law and God's law are on a collision course. How should we react when this situation arises? There are three possible routes to take. First, you can choose man's law. Second, you can choose God's law. Third, you can choose a neutral

    March 7, 2014

  • GN140306 Kubacki_Rebecca-3 cjb READER POINT OF VIEW: Cleaning up Indiana’s communities The health and safety of families in Indiana has been one of my top priorities since I was elected to office. When looking at the different bills that the Indiana House has passed, one that I feel especially passionate about is House Bill 1141, which

    March 6, 2014 1 Photo

  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 5, 2014: The war on American liberty We are losing our freedoms at a rate unparalleled in American history. We've gone from being the envy of the world in terms of political and economic freedom to the point where we are now starting to resemble Nazi Germany more than we do a free count

    March 5, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 2, 2014: Congress should raise minimum wage Debating the ideal way to help low-wage workers, as was done at a local forum Monday in Elkhart is useful long-term, but right now, the simplest step is to raise the minimum wage. As one of the forum participants pointed out, most minimum wage worke

    March 2, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR FEB. 28, 2014: People make ‘Pearls’ a success Recently, the SPA Women's Ministry Home of Elkhart held its annual dinner and auction fund-raiser, "Pearls of Great Price," at Elkhart Baptist Church. More than 400 people attended and participated in a wonderful catered dinner, silent auction and th

    February 28, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR FEB. 26, 2014: Regressive vs. Progressive taxes In 2008 Gov. Mitch Daniel increased Indiana's sales tax rate to 7 percent to help offset reductions from new limits on property and inheritance taxes. Our legislators approved this law, which benefits prosperous propertied individuals such as they, w

    February 26, 2014

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