How many Americans have to die at the hands of radical Christian terrorism? The most recent case as of Sunday, of the shooting of the church congregation in Sutherland Springs, Texas, is only one in a long, long, series of radical Christian terrorism attacks stretching back many decades, taking the lives of more Americans than terrorists from any other country in the world.

Where is the outcry for Christian pastors to acknowledge the problem and to speak out against radical Christian terrorism to their congregations? Also, of course, the president’s administration and Congress have done little or nothing to solve the problem of radical Christian terrorism and need to be equally encouraged to take some meaningful action.

Since all of the radical Christian terrorists so far have been radicalized while in the United States, the problem is likely to spread very rapidly. Maybe lawmakers and the administration can work to identify such radical Christian terrorists and deport them?

Kenneth D. Sherman

Blue Grass