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Faith Perspectives: The Bible and the Second Amendment

4:28 PM, Jul. 5, 2013
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Does the Bible allow or even endorse a person's right to protect what is his or hers? Could such a right even be considered a responsibility? The Bible never encourages vigilante justice, but reserves that judgment to civil authorities, even calling them (Romans 12:17-13-4) the ministers of God.

Mankind seems to be looking for peace, but what kind of peace, from whom and at what price? Organizations such as the United Nations have been formed to bring an end to war. A simple glance at Scripture seems to present a contradiction. In Isaiah 2:4, the prophet says, "? and they shall turn their swords ...

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