The Sun's secular humanism on display

April 16, 2013

Regarding respect, in general, The Sun's doctrine is correct ("Ben Carson and the price of free speech," April 14). However, the paper's target is wrong.

I have the highest respect for Dr. Ben Carson's abilities, accomplishments and social views but virtually none for the anonymous critics on The Sun's editorial board. The Sun under the guise of supposedly objective neutrality condescendingly ridicules the views of Dr. Carson which are Biblically based with natural law argument support.

The Sun's views are those of the secular humanist "religion" which is being fostered in the public domain and in our time with disastrous results. The Sun, unlike Dr. Carson, does not have the moral courage to actually formally state the basis of their views — the aforementioned secular humanist religion.

Anne Grason, Phoenix

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