USA Gun Dean Launches Judeo-Christian Right of Self-Defense Blog

“We’re inaugurating on this Fourth of July weekend the Gun Rights Policies blog,” John Snyder announced here today.  (www.GunRightsPolicies.org)

Snyder is the Gun Dean, according to Human Events.

“Our Declaration of Independence proclaims that our rights and freedom are God-given,” Snyder added.  “This is the historic basis for our American commitment to our individual Second Amendment civil right to keep and bear arms.”

The Declaration of Independence itself has roots in the ancient tradition of Judeo-Christian thought and morality.

GunRightsPolicies.org presents the right of self-defense and the right to keep and bear arms from that perspective.  That standpoint includes the Judeo-Christian concept of personal and public morality.

That morality stipulates both freedom and responsibility.

It proclaims a God-given right to life.  This is the basis for the right to defend life.  This is the basis for the right to acquire and use the things necessary for self-defense.

Judeo-Christian morality demands respect for all its precepts to appreciate properly each of its mandates.

The Judeo-Christian system is integral in its parts.

Respect for the right to defend life, for instance, demands respect for the right to life itself.  Conversely, respect for the right to life demands respect for the right to defend life, for the right to self-defense, for the means necessary for self-defense.

The Gun Rights Policies site is a project of Telum Associates, LL.C., founded, owned and operated by John and Ling Snyder.

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2 responses to “USA Gun Dean Launches Judeo-Christian Right of Self-Defense Blog

  1. This is precisley why the government is working so hard to trivialize God and the unalienable rights he provides . When they control our rights they can use them as a club or eliminate them completely .

  2. Thanks for addressing this oft-misunderstood topic of self defense.

    Many folks think that “Thou shalt not murder” means that Chrisitans should stand passively by and allow themselves and others to be murdered. Actually, it means the exact opposite — Christians should do all in their power to PREVENT MURDER, whether of themselves or others.

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