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Lots of letters

July 19, 2012 - Blaine Hyska
We get letters, lots of letters. One wonders which ones to take seriously, and which ones to take with a “grain of salt.”

Personally, I’ve always had a hard time accepting letters that are peppered with Bible quotes to support an argument.

Don’t get me wrong. I believe in the Bible.

I also believe you can clearly state a belief without the Biblical reference.

The same is true with letters that use Michigan complied law references. These references do not add importance. A letter can be clear, solid and significant without them.

If the letter makes sense — common sense — people will believe. If it doesn’t, no amount of quotes or references will influence your audience.



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