Goncalves: Reader takes exception to letter remarks

Posted 8/7/20

A letter was recently published (“No need for divisive letters,” Sun City West Independent, July 22, 2020) about divisive letters.

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Goncalves: Reader takes exception to letter remarks

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A letter was recently published (“No need for divisive letters,” Sun City West Independent, July 22, 2020) about divisive letters.

I wish to take issue with something that was written, and that is, “There was a day when people attended church in some places. They would go outside and have a picnic, watch a lynching and return to church services.”

Talk about divisive letters! Yes, it was horrible that there were so many lynching in the South years ago, but to make jokes about it being part of the Sunday service is absolutely outrageous! This is another example of the constant attacks on Christians and our churches nationwide.

Our police are being attacked, our historical statues are being torn down, and now attacks on Christians and churches. All part of the plan to bring down America.

Jean Goncalves

Sun City West 

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