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The duty of armed self-defense

What are the chances you will ever be attacked by armed assailants in a situation in which no one else can help you and your only chance for survival rests in using your own loaded firearm? The chances are increasing … Continue reading

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Christian hero shoots back – again!

A Christian missionary whose book “Shooting Back” describes his encounter with heavily armed terrorists who attacked his church in 1993 and how he repelled them by firing back with his .38 special once again fought off an attempted hijacking by … Continue reading

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‘Shooting Back’ tells of lives saved from attackers

What would you do if armed terrorists broke into your church and starting attacking your friends with automatic weapons in the middle of a worship service? Would you be prepared to defend yourself and other innocents? Would you be justified … Continue reading

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Christian shoots back when terrorists attack

What happens when a gang of terrorists, armed to the teeth, attacks a church full of defenseless Christians? It happened in South Africa. But the terrorists were in for a surprise. One of those churchgoers was carrying a handgun – … Continue reading

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Terrorist-fighter says Christians should carry guns

What would you do if armed terrorists burst into your church during a worship service and started attacking your friends and family with automatic weapons? Would you be prepared to defend yourself and other innocents with deadly force – and … Continue reading

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