Letters to the Editor -November 2014

Christian social worker espouses NASW positions

I write in response to the letter of Rick Ralston (October 2014 News), in which he expresses that as a committed Christian and a committed social worker, he finds it difficult to accept NASW’s liberal stance on many issues.

I respect Mr. Ralston’s position and views, and applaud him for continuing to serve both God and the social work profession.

However, I also am a committed Christian and a committed social worker, and deeply appreciate and espouse NASW’s stance on many issues.

I find the social justice and respect for all human beings expressed in NASW’s positions very consistent with my Christian faith.

Bonnie Zetick
Huntingdon Valley, Pa.

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