Editor’s note: These letters have been edited for space considerations. They reference photos of gay couples in the Clovis High School yearbook.
I for one am ready to stop talking about this whole Clovis High School yearbook controversy.
The yearbook has already been published, paid for, delivered to the students and there is nothing more anyone can do about it except complain.
As Mary Hale said in a previous letter, “It’s not our place to judge and condemn. Let us leave that to God.”
Whether they are gay or not, they will be judged one day. But for now this is the lifestyle they choose and there is nothing we can do about it.
My last child graduated three weeks ago and I no longer have to deal with Clovis High School and the drama they have going on.
I think it’s time to move on and let this subject rest.
Bible should be compass for lives
George Washington in his farewell address stated, “... reason and experience forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle.”
In a “Nation Without a Conscience,” Tim and Beverly LaHaye tell us, “The Bible’s condemnation of the homosexual lifestyle was not given by God in mean-spiritedness but rather in divine instruction for the good of the individual and humanity.”
Just as a compass is necessary to cross the open sea, so is the Holy Bible necessary as our moral compass for a civil society.
See Genesis 19:5, Leviticus 18:22, Deuteronomy 23:17, Romans 1:24-28 and I Corinthians 6:9.