Fighting for family and faith: From humble beginnings, State Sen. Mike Delph becomes a household name

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    Mike Delph plays guitar with his daughter, Lilly, by his side. The rest of the family looks on in their Carmel home. (Photo by Sam Aasen)
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    The Delph family at their Carmel home. They are, from left, Emma, Evelyn, Mike, Anna, Beth, Abby and, in front, Lilly. (Photo by Sam Aasen)

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  • Denise Gilbey Moe

    Fighting for family and faith are wonderful things to fight for in your home, community, or church. In our Democratic Republic Government, I want my elected officials to fight for the economy, roads, and low taxes! I would also prefer my elected official not be “famous” because of inappropriate social media rants.

  • Mike Delph knows the Constitution just about better than anyone I know. I expect my elected officials to follow that Constitution and am glad that Mike is my Senator and does that.

  • Scott Dillon

    Mike Delph is the rare principled politician, and we in Carmel are all fortunate to have him representing us.

  • Open-minded

    is no longer a mystery where the Bible came from. Biblical scholars can and have identified the different
    interest groups who produced the various biblical texts. It came out of the surrounding cultures, not from a god. Furthermore, there are many different and conflicting definitions of sin in the biblical collection. Some books deny that humans can define sin or righteousness. The Bible came from older cultures around the Israelites, particularly
    the Mesopotamians, Canaanites, Egyptians, Persians, and Greeks. To learn more, study comparative
    religions and the history of religions. Also, read the myths of the Ancient
    Near East. Then, when you have a
    strong grasp on the ANE, move into Classical Mythology. Perhaps you will become more humble and less sure of what defines sin.