My “Purloined rainbow” letter printed in January caused comment about the morality of the ’50s. Some have called them “the Greatest Generation” because of love of God and country. St. Augustine wrote, “You have made us for yourself O’ God and our hearts are restless until they find their rest in You.” The sexual revolution of the ’60s has caused a lot of unrest. In many cases along with “freedom” has also come Free-doom .
I object when the LGBT lifestyle is presented as normal, and to me marriage will always be between a man and a woman.
There should be no job discrimination or violence against them. As a Christian I support their safety, but cannot support their practice. My biggest concern being their influence on children by calling good evil and evil good.
Yes, they do need restrooms. The purloined rainbow is beautiful. When placed over them, I will see God’s promise and they will see the sign of merciful relief.
Phyllis Marsh, Meridian