Avoiding radical views
MWR indeed presents a wide variety of opinion, but we will not renew our subscription. We are choosing not to waste time reading so many radical views. To have the name “Mennonite” given such prominence in the women’s march in Washington (Jan. 30) is a disgrace to the God who ordained marriage and life, as well as to the ancestors who went before us. It does not reflect the tenets of those who have led the fight for the sacred life of both the born and the unborn. We choose not to read of those who demean our president instead of praying for him. We hope the publishers of MWR will choose in the future not to give such prominence to those with such antibiblical views.
Robert and Rhoda Sauder
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