Perry Mann's diatribe ("Today's Christians are in for a shock," March 25) insofar as it deals with American history, is much like trying to chop down a straw man with a wet noodle. If his purpose is to attack certain television ministries, it's an easy target that took him a couople of paragraphs. If his purpose is to dispute Christian theology, he would need much more space to demonstrate more than woeful inadequacy in that area. If his purpose is to disprove the assertion that this is a Christian nation, it doesn't take much thought to realize that quoting one of the founding fathers hardly accomplishes that task.
Richard M. RoseCharleston