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Should we start taking our guns with us to church?

2nd Amend.

Should we start taking our guns with us to church?

Bring guns to church? Pastor Ken Pagano provoked a firestorm when he invited members of Louisville, Kentucky’s New Bethel Church to celebrate the 4th of July and their 2nd Amendment rights by bringing their firearms to church.

The national news media opened fire at the very idea. After all, why should nice church folks need guns to defend themselves?

However, two years later as the nation recoiled from a series of shootings at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., a Colorado movie theater and a Wisconsin Sikh worship center, Black Christian News raised the question again: “Should Christians Be Allowed to Carry Guns to Church?” On the international news section of its website, BCN notes a number of overseas attacks on worshipers, including “Leaders in Nigeria Warn of Anarchy After Church/Mosque Shootings.”

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  • Mike_Sr

    Yes, those of us who have been trained and have carry permits should be allowed to carry, if the governing body allows.
    It’s *NOT* martrydom for Christ if you get blown away by a psycho at church!
    And, wih the anti-Christian hatred fostered by the media and the obummer regime it’s even more important to carry at church.

  • Scott Lachut

    I already do. I carry wherever I legally can, and in Kentucky, that means churches too. Churches should not be “gun free zones”. Gun free zones are dangerous. That’s where all the mass murders happen.

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