Although the Rev McIntyre (May 7) quoted scriptural truths, he sadly loses the argument by deviating from its absolute authority: Firstly by taking to himself a name which belongs to God, ‘Holy and Reverend is His Name’ Psalms 111:9.
Given the latest atrocities carried out by forces of the Israeli state, when they executed yet more unarmed Palestinian demonstrators in Gaza, it may be worth remembering that the Zionist regime is not engaging in a new tactic but is merely expanding upon its existing policies.
Since the beginning of the Palestinian Grand Return March on land day April 30, the world has looked on in horror as Israel has killed at least 109 Palestinians and injured thousands of unarmed Palestinians asking to return to their land and seeking to protect non-violently what little of their land is left.
The recent description of the Eucharist/Mass as ‘evil’ by Clogher Valley, Free Presbyterian Minster Peter McIntyre (May 7) has evoked a shocked response from those who understand and love the Eucharist.
There are many reasons to vote no in the upcoming referendum. In October last year, Simon Harris, who used to actively seek pro-life votes, said the state would fund abortion if the Eighth Amendment is repealed.
Derry desperately needs a dose of the Dungloe effect because in 2014 multinational health products company Randox announced it was generating 500-plus high-end properly paid jobs in this attractive little Donegal town.
New Sinn Féin’s (NSF’s) chief Derry cheerleader Manus McDaid’s recent reply to my earlier letter (April 30) urging me “to take note” for “being strong on looking back” was akin to the political comparison of “being savaged by a dead sheep”.
I was not at all surprised to read the article (April 28) that Wallace Thompson obviously considered it worth while to defend the absolute contempt expressed by Free Presbyterian clergyman Peter McIntyre, in his Ulster Bulwark article describing the Catholic Mass as evil.
Since 1920, whenever it appeared that Catholics in Northern Ireland might be making a little progress – or being seen as getting uppity – right-wing fundamentalists were magically produced to preach odious anti-Catholic bigotry.
In her article on the forthcoming referendum, in which she claims to “not weigh in on one or the other” sides of the “argument”, Leona O’Neill (April 24 makes reference to the tragic case of Savita Halappanavar.