Dear Editor:

Does taking the oath to uphold the Constitution of the USA on a stack of Holy Bibles make the person who is doing it believable, or does it appear more like a publicity stunt? If the same person uses two copies of the Word of God that belonged to two admirable Christian men, does that make him a believer himself? Does it make him twice as accountable before God and man if he breaks his oath of office and treats the word of God as a contemptible thing?

J.W. Sanders

This story was posted on January 24, 2013.