We, as citizens, and as Christians if you are a believer, are not required to obey unjust laws nor laws that go counter to natural law which is from God. Nowhere in scripture are we required to obey such laws. Our not complying with such laws might subject us to persecution by government or evil. Jesus told us blessed are you who are persecuted for His names sake.mrvmax wrote: ↑Thu Sep 05, 2019 11:25 amWell that depends on your definition of God and what God you are referring to. If you are Christian and adhere to the Bible you would be contradicting God’s law by disobeying our countries laws concerning firearms. Paul covered that in the book of Romans, I cannot speak for other religions.anygunanywhere wrote: ↑Thu Sep 05, 2019 8:08 amEven if the Constitution is changed I will still have the right to keep and bear arms. God gave me that right, not man.mrvmax wrote: ↑Thu Sep 05, 2019 5:20 amWhen the constitution is changed then we can go with your suggestions, until then it violates our rights (and common sense). Your suggestions seem to show that you don’t fully understand the underlying issue and I don’t think it will make a dent in lowering gun crime. More laws will not stop the problem, we can remove every gun in our country and people will still use cutlery, vehicles, chemicals, airplanes etc.
God gave me my right to life and freedom. I am free to defend myself against any and all who choose to infringe on my freedom.
We should not be debating these things when the goal of the tyrants and communists are to subjugate all free men and destroy us.