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Tag: Episcopalians against gun violence

Speaking to the Soul: Defending yourself

The debate over guns in our society needs to be just that—a debate, with the willingness to listen. Too often, tragedies happen at the end of a gun barrel, and how many of those times would the people involved give anything to take back what had happened?

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Episcopalians respond to presidential gun measures

“There are other rights that we care about, as well, and we have to be able to balance them. Because our right to worship freely and safely — that right was denied to Christians in Charleston, S.C.; and that was denied Jews in Kansas City; and that was denied Muslims in Chapel Hill, and Sikhs in Oak Creek. They had rights, too.”

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No guns in God’s house?

Via Facebook: The group Episcopalians Against Gun Violence asks whether local dioceses have restrictions in place banning guns in churches. If not, what guidelines have

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