In the interests of fairness, her “all or nothing” descriptor of the NRA does not accurately represent the NRA’s efforts, at least in word and in principle, to support legislation that keeps guns from people who should not have them. However, the practical reality of the NRA’s actions (from my years as an NRA member) does not seem to align with their rhetoric when it comes to the type of legislation they will support and the basis for what they will and will not support.
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I grew up in the West Texas oil communities of Odessa and Kermit. BA in Communications - Tennessee Temple University M.Div. - Denver Seminary Ph.D. in Systematic Theology - University of Manchester, England Served in pastoral ministry for eight years with the Evangelical Free Church of America, though now I attend an Anglican Church. Currently in my twentieth year on the faculty of Denver Seminary, where I serve as Associate Professor of Theology and Christian Formation. Please note that the perspectives I offer in this blog do not necessarily represent the views of Denver Seminary. View all posts by donjpayne