THE ONLY RESPONSES I've received directly have been in the comments sections under my posts.
But Ken has gotten some responses elsewhere.
One of my readers criticized his writing, saying that the God "whose personality was established in the letter" wouldn't particularly care about claims of a "war on Christmas".
Another accused Ken of "taking SPAG to a whole new level".
"SPAG" stands for "Self Projection As God" or, as that reader put it:
Taking your innermost desires, moral compass, and other attributes and projecting them onto God.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not presuming to tell you that you're not made up of the Ground of All Being...but so am I, and so is Henry Kissinger, and so is my dead dog, Logan. I'm trying to say that while you haven't burned yourself yet, you're definitely playing with fire. That's all. Though I do like your take on what makes supernatural and what that means.
Ken was a little offended by these responses, but then he has a very thin skin.
I, on the other hand, found the whole thing deliciously ironic.
Both comments are related to my topic today, which has to do with another question some of you have been asking: