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Why Are Pastors Agreeing To Violate The U.S. Constitution?

Discussion in 'Ohio Glockers' started by KnightOfTheOlde, Sep 9, 2007.

  1. KnightOfTheOlde

    KnightOfTheOlde BuckeyeFirearms

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    Why Are Pastors Agreeing To Violate The U.S. Constitution?

    By Brannon Howse

    The same federal government that has outlawed a pastor or priest from offering an invocation or a benediction at a high school graduation ceremony now wants to use them to usher in martial law.

    In a television news report about this new government program, a pastor can be seen and heard declaring his willingness to assist in taking away your 2nd Amendment right to defend your family by misquoting Romans 13.

    for the full article please visit

    http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3932.html
     
  2. G-19

    G-19

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    My pastor allows those with CHL's to carry in the church.
     


  3. Hask12

    Hask12

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    It's the same old story. If your pastor is anti gun, or refuses to allow you to carry in Church, then let him know how you feel and tell him that you will have to start attending a different Church, where you feel safe.
     
  4. ArodJohns

    ArodJohns

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    City and demonination? That sounds like a place I might like to go. :banana:
     
  5. Dinho

    Dinho Miembro

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    i tried to get permission to carry in my church and one the pastors (a gun owner, ive seen him at the local indoor range) said its against church policy and he doesnt think anyone is interested enough to change the policy. i told him i would and he didnt respond to me.

    he said it is in place because when ohio got the ccw law passed in 04, no one cared so they just decided to ban firearms from the buildings. i dont think that makes any sense...
     
  6. Agonizer

    Agonizer .

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    Don't ask, don't tell.
     
  7. Dinho

    Dinho Miembro

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    except it is breaking the law to carry in a church without permission. its a dumb law. should be concealed is concealed.