Well we can't wish away all those bad things , and there are many forces at work but you shouldn't condemn anything but the persons who are at fault. Of course religious people have guns too, but this country was built on religious people who had guns.<quoted text>
No, I was pointing out a similarity within certain arguments concerning those in the pro gun advocates, and elements within theism.
I'm not pro gun or anti gun.
There are merits and demerits on both sides.
I find that both can, at the extreme, be very unyielding and specious in argumentation for and against.
The very fist thing they outlined was freedom of religion.
The second thing they outlined was the right to bear arms.
Seems to me they found those to be the very most important things.