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Letters: War and faith don't mix

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Posted: Thursday, September 23, 2010 6:07 pm

Going to war over religion is like killing people to see who has the best imaginary friend.

We are fighting Muslims because of differences in religious faith, Both sides are praying to the same God. Both sides worshiped the same God in our Civil War. 


Faith is what keeps otherwise honest people from looking for the truth.

With all the great advances in science and technology; it’s a perfect time for the religiously faithful to question their faith. This certainly applies to all religious faiths: Christian, Islam, Judaism, and all who believe in a supernatural controlling God.

Some, if not all, of our military consider themselves Christians. They will probably pray to the same God their enemy is praying to, five times a day.

Larry Kluth, Mesa

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