Rich Lowry’s April 13 column, “The McCarthyite, anti-Christian campaign against Chick-fil-A” equates opposition to Chick-fil-A with opposition to Christianity. The glaring logical fallacy in Lowry’s editorial is inexcusable.

Chick-fil-A’s CEO and founder oppose gay marriage and contribute money to anti-LGBTQ organizations. People, including me, oppose Chick-fil-A for those reasons and those reasons alone.

Moreover, Christianity is not synonymous with opposition to gay marriage or the LGBTQ community. The Unitarian Universalist Association, for example, now stands firmly behind the LGBTQ community and gay marriage. With all due respect Mr. Lowry, don’t tell me I’m anti-Christian because I’m not.

Luke Smart, Salt Lake City