City demands Christians get permit for Bible study
Chuck and Stephanie Fromm already have been fined $300 for holding Bible studies for their friends at their home, and they face the potential for additional fines of $500 for each study held, according to a legal team taking their case to court.
The newest conflict over Bible studies in homes in America arose in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., where city officials say city code section 9-3.301 prohibits religious organizations in residential neighborhoods without a conditional-use permit, a sometimes very expensive procedure.
The code cites "churches, temples, synagogues, monasteries, religious retreats, and other places of religious worship and other fraternal and community service organizations."...
San Jose John wrote: I recently read somewhere that a couple of kids got arrested for setting up a lemon aid stand because they didn't have a food vendors license, which costs about $500.00.
BELIEVE IT "('St. Joe') John" When One Says THE $ATANIC+VATICAN & THEIR "JE$UIT(IC)$" &-OR "JEW-$UIT(IC)$" Are Behind THE PLOT, PLAN & CON$PIRACY To DE$TROY THE U.S. CONSTITUTION & BILL OF RIGHTS--ESPECIALLY THE LONG-HELD AMERICAN PRINCIPLE OF "SEPARATION OF 'CHURCH' & STATE"--By Instigating Municipalities To Take RELIGIOUS-LIBERTY &-Or POLITICAL-TYRANNY To ITS EXTREMES As Per This Article "CITY DEMANDS CHRISTIANS GET PERMIT FOR BIBLE STUDY" !
What One Finds Most LAUGHABLE Is THE MUNICIPALITY Taking "POLITICAL-TYRANNY (VIA THE $ATANIC+VATICAN 'JE[W]$UIT[IC]$')" TO THE EXTREMES Is Named "SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CALIFORNIA"; Translated From Spanish: "SAINT JOHN CAPISTRANO, CALIFORNIA" !
TRUE BIBLE CHRISTIANS SHOULD SUE THE CITY DEMANDING IT CHANGE NAMES TO "$ATANIC+VATICANI$T FOUNDED CITY OF SATANIST-JOHN CAPISTRANO, CALIFORNIA": THEREBY EXPOSING THE "JE(W)$UIT(IC)$' " INVOLVEMENT !
*TRUELY, "THE LOVE OF MONEY IS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL: WHICH WHILE SOME COVETED AFTER, THEY HAVE ERRED FROM THE FAITH, AND PIERCED THEMSELVES THROUGH WITH MANY SORROWS." 1 TIM. 6:10 !
I would think there would be some religious law groups, who would love to tackle this problem as interfering with religious freedom, if not--
Gil Rugh said or, wrote: . . . .This would be like an anti-Christian religious group commanding that we Christians in the United States stop preaching the Gospel. They would not have the legal right to do so. Disobeying them, therefore, would not be disobeying the law. A second and more important principle, however, is this ‚ÄĒ If the government should ever require a Christian to do something directly contrary to Scripture, the Christian must refuse to do it. That is the only condition in which a believer is justified in God‚Äôs sight for disobeying a direct command of the government. . . .
This is part hatred-of-God and part love-of-state, with its creeping bureaucracy replacing not only God's authority but also much of what's left of human responsibility these days. I recently read somewhere that a couple of kids got arrested for setting up a lemon aid stand because they didn't have a food vendors license, which costs about $500.00.