Pastor Cited for Holding Home Bible Study Without Permit
Christian Post reports that a California pastor and his wife face legal action from San Diego County for holding a weekly Bible study at their home. Officials informed the couple on Good Friday that the meeting constitutes a “religious assembly” and requires an expensive permit. Pastor David Jones and his wife Mary say the “assembly” is simply dinner, fellowship and Bible study in their home. The Joneses and their attorney argue that forcing them to get a permit is unconstitutional under the First Amendment. “The implications are great because it’s not only us that’s involved,” Mary Jones told Fox News. “There are thousands and thousands of Bible studies that are held all across the country. What we’re interested in is setting a precedent here — before it goes any further — and that we have it settled for the future.”
EVERY CHRISTIAN WITH A BACKBONE OUGHT TO START HOLDING BIBLE STUDIES IN THEIR HOUSE... THE GOVERNMENT HAS NO RIGHT TO TELL US WHAT WE CAN DO IN OUR HOMES......
WE MUST RISE UP AND LET OUR VOICE BE HEARD AND PUT A STOP TO THIS KIND OF ATTACK ON OUR FAITH.
HELP US HELP THE CHILDREN
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