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• Annoyed as all get-out that Falwell is preaching that "the stage is set for the church of Jesus Christ to turn this nation back to the faith of our fathers." (Freedom of religious expression -- to profess belief or disbelief -- is guaranteed by the Constitution.)

• Absolutely convinced that I don't need government at any level or leaders of any so-called values coalition to defend, prefer or spread my faith.

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• Bound and determined not to let Falwell's movement break down the wall that stands between the faith he and I share and the U.S. government that is created for all.

Of course these thoughts, in recognition of my common humanity with Falwell and the season we share, are expressed in Christian love.

See, I'm making a start.

Time to gear up for another year. The hand of fellowship to everyone. Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Your choice.

kingc@washpost.com


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