Praise the lord for the Rev. Eric Davis, senior pastor of Word of God Church & Ministries (“Gay marriage in S.C. courts fuels conversation,” Nov. 2). He knows for sure God’s view on homosexuality and same-sex marriage because he believes the holy Bible. The same article demonstrated that Shandon United Methodist Church’s Rev. Michael Guffee obviously does not believe the scriptures, or he would not have stated “A lot of people who are homosexual tell me they are born that way, and I believe them.” He needs to believe God’s word, if he is truly a Methodist minister, and not be swayed by what some members of his church may think.
The Rev. Neal Jones, in his Nov. 26 guest column (“Runyan uses slippery logic, dubious morality”), at no time says he or the members of his Unitarian Universalist Congregation are Christians, so I can understand why he has a liberal point of view. He espouses love, but shows no love for Columbia City Councilman Cameron Runyan by his unloving comments toward him. Is he saying if you don’t agree with me I can’t love you? I am praying for him.