The human/business interest article in the Aug. 19 Frederick News-Post on Cornerstone Physical Therapy is incomplete. Owner/therapist J.R. Bucklin prides his practice on its being Christian-based. The description of the standards of his therapy can also be claimed by secular therapists. It would have been helpful if News-Post writer CJ Fairfield had made it clear how Christian therapy differs from secular therapy. Should I assume that Bucklin opens his sessions with Christian prayer? Are Bible references part of his therapy? Are non-Christians accepted as clients of a Christian-based medical practice?