Saturday, September 17, 2011

Californians Banned From Studying Bible in Home -- This is Outrageous.

Chances are you won't hear much about this on CNN, so try to catch it here. This is out and out craziness -- all working towards thwarting and ultimately preventing people from being Christians. Yes, we're still a long way off. But jut how far? Take a look at this. And do something now.

The issue for me is this: I understand the need for a permit if one is running a church at home.  But having an "informal" bible study or even one that is made up of church people (that are registered elsewhere) should not be included.  Prayer in the home will be banned next if this trend continues.   Another issue to consider is this:  what does this mean for the future of the "house church movement"?

City demands Christians get permit for Bible study

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