It's one thing to have no interest in guns... or whatever. It is an entirely different matter to impose your personal views in regard to guns upon others, i.e., to believe that no one should own guns when the founding document of the country in which you live not only allows an individual to do own and bear arms but states that it is an INALIENABLE RIGHT which cannot be infringed of every citizen to own and bear arms. On moral issues, if the Bible states, which it does that murder, for example, is prohibited and those who do commit murder are to be put to death as punishment, then one may choose to disregard what God has commanded, but they have no right to impose their view on everyone, especially through a law. Applying this back to the firearm issue, the Bible is very clear that one has the right to defend one's own life and the lives of their family and even their neighbor if need be without any restriction on how you implement that defense. Christ Himself commanded His disciples to carry a sword (weapon of their day) on their journeys to protect themselves against those who would do them harm. SCRIPTURE not only allows but enjoins the people of God to own and bear arms. Thus, one who objects to anyone owning or bearing arms is taking a position which is contrary to Scripture. The doctrine of Christian Liberty even extends to regulating one's personal views concerning things which God has deemed good yet an individual who is immature in the faith, aka: weaker brother. NOTHING exists which is outside the purview of God and His Word. Put another way, there is no such thing as something being amoral. One may choose not to partake of the freedom God has provided. But such an individual has no God-given right to forbid anyone else from partaking of his freedom. During the infant years of the forming of the United States of America every household had at least one firearm in its possession. In some places, it was law that one must own a firearm for the common good. At the time of the American Revolution, it was not uncommon for pastors to have their muskets lying across the pulpit. And, nearly every able-bodied man fought in that great war including pastors. That should indicate to you just how far things have declined given the anti-gun sentiment of the LEFT, which are all invariably haters of God.


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