Your home Bible study may be in violation of the law.

Do you believe you might need a permit to pray and read the bible with friends….. in your own home? If you don’t, you may be in for a surprise. Read this story! Grab your wallet! Blog the story! Fight for your freedom! Silence is no longer Golden! It is deadly.

SAN DIEGO — A local pastor and his wife claim they were interrogated by a San Diego County official, who then threatened them with escalating fines if they continued to hold Bible studies in their home, 10News reported. Read the rest of the story! Please comment.

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7 thoughts on “Your home Bible study may be in violation of the law.

  1. This is the first time I’ve found myself praying before I read a link that you’ve posted. I suspect I’m gonna be a little gladder (pardon my grammar) that I’m a CANADIAN by the time I’m finished reading the attachment. And I’m sure to comment again.

  2. THAT is disturbing Ken.. wow. I teach Bible Studies – in my home, in church, wherever we can gather. We have a mission start that meets on Saturday nights in a grade school, we’ve never had to get a permit. I’m appauled and maybe a little scared?

  3. Wow. That certainly carried over into some ugly back-and-forth exchange of opinions. And yep, I’m glad I haven’t experienced this in Canada…yet.

  4. America has lost sight Of IN GOD WE TRUST.
    We are a nation bent on self destruction through our laws and the government we elect. Unfortunately in the last days as christians we are going to face more and more of this as we fight to hold on to our faith, our Bibles and Jesus. The question is are we strong enough in Jesus to be willing to go to jail or worse die for him like so many before us.

  5. I’m an atheist and yet I find this extrememly disturbing.
    Atheist, Christian, Mormon, Muslim, whatever – we should all be allowed to gather privately in our homes.

  6. Ridiculous to what lengths some officials try to hurt christians. We are missing out on being witnesses by going to jail and letting people see we need to trust God in all aspects. I haven’t been to jail but not saying one of these days we will all be in. God bless you for bringing these things to light.