Re "Christian concert in Draper on again despite lawsuit threat" (Tribune, July 19):
First, Draper city scheduled a July 24 concert by famed Christian artist Michael W. Smith for its amphitheater. The city put down a $21,500 deposit.
Next, it canceled the show when an alleged atheist threatened a lawsuit, saying the city should not be promoting religion through an event titled "Wonder, Worship and Glory."
Then the mayor and City Council reversed themselves because, as Mayor Troy Walker said, "We don't feel like we're promoting a religion. We feel like we're putting on a performance like we do every summer."
Makes you wonder: If the person complaining about the concert had been Utah Eagle Forum President Gayle Ruzicka, instead of a lone accused atheist, would Draper's mayor and City Council have had the fortitude to still go ahead with it. I doubt it.