Why we have a Second Amendment

gun3By Bob Green

 

Why we have a Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights to the U.S. Constitution: Men without guns are not free men; they are slaves. Men without guns are not citizens, they are subjects. Men without guns have lost the right of self-defense by any means necessary. They have lost the power to defend and protect their families, their homes and their property from harm or theft. Men without guns are reduced to mere members of the animal kingdom, subject to becoming prey to those among them who might choose to maim or kill during a robbery, or just for sport. The right to protect oneself and one’s family is God-given and Christ-endorsed, as Jesus plainly ordered his Apostles, “He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.” (Luke 22.36) [And it wasn’t to make a fashion statement!]

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