Regarding the Jan. 28 column “ What Duke controversy should teach us”: J. Peder Zane does a good job of wobbling. I can understand why.
He states that he is “a secular Christian.” I cannot find the definition of “a secular Christian.” The definition of “secular” is “not concerned or related to religion” or “having no particular religion affinities.” The definition of a “Christian” is “a person who believes in and follows Jesus Christ.” He must choose one. He can’t be both.
Carl Hinson, Wilson