Stand by the Bi­ble and Se­cond Amend­ment

The Morning Call - - TOWN SQUARE -

As I sit here the quote by Charl­ton He­ston, “from my cold dead hands,” comes to mind. He was re­fer­ring to the Se­cond Amend­ment to the Con­sti­tu­tion and pre­serv­ing our gun rights.

I sup­port those rights, but I was think­ing of an­other bat­tle — the bat­tle of Chris­tians pre­serv­ing the Bi­ble and how it was writ­ten. There are those who think they are able to reeval­u­ate this sa­cred book and elim­i­nate parts they think are not rel­e­vant in to­day’s world.

I per­son­ally be­lieve in the whole Bi­ble, and as it states many times, it is rel­e­vant yes­ter­day, to­day and to­mor­row. Don’t throw away the prom­ises the Bi­ble makes for the empty prom­ises made by man.

We need to stand by the bib­li­cal lessons that made our coun­try strong, built a foun­da­tion for our lives and gave us a prom­ise for eter­nity. So re­mem­ber, hold your Bi­ble close to your heart, and don’t let them change one jot nor tit­tle. Jim Vinup South White­hall Town­ship

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