Christian Coalition And Law Center Have Totally Distinct Purposes
There is an error in the story ''Courts To Decide if Church-Pew Politics Will Become Expensive,'' April 19. The author identifies the American Center for Law and Justice as the ''Christian Coalition's legal action wing'' and mentions that the suit was filed by ''lawyers representing broadcaster Pat Robertson's Christian Coalition ....''
The American Center for Law and Justice has no connection to the Christian Coalition. The two organizations are distinct. Pat Robertson is founder of both, but the American Center for Law and Justice is a public-interest law firm and educational organization with no ties to the Christian Coalition. The coalition focuses on political education.
Gene Kapp, Virginia Beach, Va.
Media Relations The American Center for Law and Justice
Your letters are welcome. For publication they must be signed and include your address and telephone number. Only a selection can be published and none acknowledged. Letters should be addressed to ''Readers Write'' and sent by mail to One Norway St., Boston, MA 02115, by fax to 617-450-2317, or by Internet E-mail (200 words maximum) to OPED@RACHEL.CSPS.COM.