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Far left believes its okay for everyone to have their own 'truth'

To The Daily Sun,

Dearest faithful readers of this publication, are you as sick and tired, as well as disgusted and outraged as most of us are to constantly being "lectured to" by the handful of hard-left, retired, secular-progressive, ex-professors who have nothing better to do all day, than to pretend they are still in the classroom, preaching to the young "skulls-full-of-mush," who would sit with their chins in their hands, with admiring eyes gazing after their college instructors, most of whom would come to wish they could get out of their classrooms so they could get about changing the world?

Whether these experts on everything are lecturing the rest of us on economics, dealing with the minimum wage, or global warming, due to their hatred of capitalists who have been providing fuels for energy, one thing is clear: They hate the America you and I grew up in, the America we put the uniform on for, as much as Obama does.

Whenever someone doesn't agree with them on just about any subject imaginable, they are called a racist. The latest rant appeared Tuesday, Sept. 29, from "...a man of 'faith, charity, and hope'", lecturing us, even quoting an atheist, that Jesus would not have been a Christian. And to quote the ex-professor himself, "... can you imagine Jesus hating gays and lesbians?"

Anyone who disagrees with him, or has a different, but just as valid, point of view, his debating technique switches first to personally attacking people, and if that doesn't work, then to misquoting people. Professor, please listen up and please pay attention: no one is declaring hatred for homosexuals. No Christian I know has ever said that. Christians learn from Jesus to love the sinner, but hate the evil behavior, sin. Did you get that, professor? The inspired writers of the New Testament repeatedly tell us that homosexuality is an abomination to God, and that's who Jesus is, as is the Holy Spirit, who inspired them what to write.

"Rights" come from God, and civil laws are based on Christian values. Get over it! And when Christians are asked to disobey the commands of God, one of which explains in extremely simple terms that marriage was created by God, and was to be between one man and one woman (Genesis 1:27; Matthew 19:4-5), and if they are true believers (not arrogant, not despotic, not prideful, but true believers), they are obliged to follow their conscience, and hold to the one and only "truth!"

The problem with people like the professor, and other far-left secular progressives, they believe that there is more than one "truth". They believe that it's okay for everybody to have their own "truth." Their "truth" is relative, and if there is no absolute "truth," they don't have to be held accountable for their behavior.

God loves everyone, and every human being on earth is a child of God, whether they love God in return or not. Those who love God and want to serve Him, and be acceptable to Him, will, for the rest of their lives, try to obey his commandments, knowing that because we are fallible humans, and that we will continue to fail miserably, know that, in the eyes of God, true believers are forgiven sinners.

So we continue to try ...

Jim McCoole


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Many thanks to those who enabled LHS dunk tank fundraiser

To The Daily Sun,

Laconia High School's Homecoming Week was a huge success. Student participation appeared at an all-time high and the enthusiasm around the homecoming float themes was impressive considering it required some of the classes to do some quick research to determine how to best represent their decade!

A big hit during the homecoming week was the dunk tank competition that faculty, staff and students participated in. Donations to vote for an LHS Administrator to be dunked during the pep rally were made to the LHS Student Emergency Fund. A total of $250 was raised and Assistant Principal Dave Bartlett earned the most votes and was dunked several times by students who generously donated money to the fund.

Many thanks to the Laconia High School community for participating in this fantastic fund raiser. The excitement and anticipation it created showcased the LHS Sachem school spirit that seems to grow every year at Laconia High School.

Laconia High School would like to give a big thank you to Taylor Rental in Belmont for donating the dunk tank during the Homecoming Pep Rally. It's wonderful to know that a local business recognizes the benefits of donating their time and product to a great cause. In return, many local families will have access to the support they need to improve their situation through the LHS Student Emergency Fund.

Wendy E. Hamill

Director of School Counseling

Student Council Adviser

Laconia High School

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