berudd...Suggest you read the article in question then offer your opinion. It isn't a purely "religious" piece; rather it is one man's way of tying together two important factors in his life - his religion as it intertwines with his passion for deer hunting. He did a good job of making his point (in my opinion). Frankly, there are good number of articles that appear in D&DH with which I disagree, and often I find selected items that I question, but I don't get terribly hung up on them. (I remember reading one article some years ago wherein the author was talking about how wet it was due to a heavy rain the night before, then he started talking about "hearing deer walking through the woods.") Now I admit that I don't have the best hearing to be found, but I have never heard a deer walking through wet leaves, perhaps others have. My point here is that I seriously doubt that anyone, including the editors of D&DH, expect all readers to completely embrace every word that appears on their pages. While I eagerly anticipate the arrival of each new edition of D&DH, I view it as simply another source of information and ideas. I do not, however, view it as total gospel (pardon the pun).
As I did not read the article I can't make any specific comments. However, what I can say is that I seek out and purchase publications like D&DH because I want to read about deer hunting. I support the right that everyone has to religious freedom but I have no interest in reading religious based articles in a deer hunting publication. I would seek out religious publications if that is what I was looking for.