I was impressed that two women extolled their homosexual relationship prior to the election; impressed mostly that somehow it was a badge of honor.
I was also impressed by a young student at UMF who told of her grandfather's strong biblical faith and how he wished "she would share it."
I concluded that whatever is going on in society, there are forces that intend to break the bonds of faith even in families.
In talking with students I realize that these same forces continue to preach the sermons of unbelief in the Judeo/Christian faith. These negative forces deny the power and authenticity of the Bible.
Isn't it amazing that Americans will defend the Islamic holy book and, at the same time, reject the words and commands of the Christians' holy book. (I blame President Barack Obama.)
America's early settlers were so devoted to God that the last thing they would ever do would be to displease their holy God and his holy commands.
People are being taught (yes, in schools) to dishonor God and his holy commands.
How could the electorate embrace a man who has the audacity to defy Christians' holy commands when it comes to moral conduct?
I beg of the editors of the Sun Journal, do not force perverse images upon the public for money when those perverse marriages occur here in Maine.
Elaine Graham, Farmington