QUESTION #4: Will stricter gun control laws eliminate the kind of violence we saw in Texas?


Bob Burgess:

“Absolutely not, and … I’m going to go back to my high school days… And back during those days during hunting season, we could bring in shotguns in the back of our pickup trucks or in the trunks of our cars, get on an early out during hunting season, and go, and so my simple question to all of the emotional decision makers out there in radio land is this: Did the gun change? Did the gun change? No, it’s not the gun that’s changed; it’s the people who have changed. The gun hasn’t changed a bit since my high school days of carrying a gun in your pickup truck to go hunting. A gun is a gun is a gun. It has not changed. It’s the hearts of people.

We are growing more and more wicked, the heart is. The evil one, which is Satan himself, our Bible tells us to be sober, to be vigilant, because he’s like a roaring lion looking to see who he can get, and we as pastors need to believe what we’re saying and what we’re reading, and what God’s telling us, and we need to wake up. We need to wake up. We need to protect our flocks. We need to be able to put together a security program. Our doors do not have to be open. Hear me pastors, your doors do not have to be open. Christ himself chastised churches for letting evil into the church. It’s worse and worse and worse.”

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