...fighting social issues (such as removing Christ from our school system) that have relegated our world standing to 37th in education. We need to address the Christ issue in schools and fight this fight with all vigor. James K. Ellis, Jackson
...are apparently ashamed to proclaim it to the world. Christ has the answer to this in I Peter 4:16. We know the answer but do not have the wisdom or the intestinal fortitude to upbraid the unbelievers. James K. Ellis, Jackson, S.C.
...school whereby one can praise his Lord. A minute of silence is an affront to Christ. What the children need to know is that Jesus Christ is the only way. They do not need to accept any other religion... James K. Ellis, Jackson, S.C.
...our classrooms and quit rejecting Jesus Christ as our only way to salvation. If we cannot do this because we think other people will be offended, then we will continue the decline to absolute failure ... James K. Ellis, Jackson, S.C.
...praised the enemy as he did by going abroad during the Vietnam War. Our church has been far too silent in the task of defining and combatting sin. ... We are losing our children and society to works of evil. ... James K. Ellis, Jackson
...supplies and munitions and provided the manpower to stop the Nazi and Japanese imperial war machine. Unlike our president or the Jane Fondas and Murphy Browns, we did defend our nation and its moral integrity... James K. Ellis, Jackson
James K. Ellis's letter of Dec. 1 stated, "What the children need to know is that Jesus Christ is the only way. They do not need to accept...
In response to James K. Ellis' July 19 letter, "Alcohol sales a desecration": He's got it all wrong. The Aiken County Council and the Aiken City Council...
This is in response to two Dec. 1 letters: James K. Ellis ("Anti-Christ efforts creeping back") and Ronald Blum ("Arafat is terrorist-friendly leader"). Mr. Ellis commented...
...standing up -- is to pray for the fellowship of man that transcends the color of mankind. Take it to Christ. And incidentally, demands are seldom satisfied -- compromise is never the answer to a demand. James K. Ellis, Jackson, S.C.