Regarding “Group opposes mixing religion, laws” (News, Oct. 7): You would think that after a decade of war in the Middle East, we would realize the danger in mixing religion and politics. Religious faith is important; however, it's also personal. There's nothing wrong with living your faith until you start to use your position in government to impose that faith on others. More than ever before, Americans who believe in God are becoming nondenominational or secularist because they can no longer tolerate those who insist that everyone believe as they do and worship as they do. Senate Bill 1433 (the personhood bill) was just one example of a group of state legislators attempting to impose their personal religious beliefs on the entire state.
Those who pose no threat to an orderly society should be left to live their lives as they see fit and not be at the mercy of self-righteous politicians. People need to be who they are, not who you are.
James Mitchell, Oklahoma City
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