Hunting isn't a "right" it's a privilege, and "god" isn't going to restore it if it's revoked by law. The consitution written in 1833 just about sums it up for me, how different it would be read if wrote in todays age and time. Just like in the school's of today, the word "god" would not be found.
That is very true howhill1, but with all things that come from God , ther are many things in this world I would rather be without.ORIGINAL: howhill1
just because "mans" law doesnt have room for the word or the will of god doesnt change the fact that all we have comes from him.
I ducked out of this thread a while back, but I'll give it another try.
Howhill1, I think you are on the right track but I do differ on a couple of technical points. If a right is "inalienable" it cannot be taken away, ever. It is stamped on our soul by our Creator. So the right to self-preservation can only be infringed upon, never taken. In other words, human beings in China have the same right, but it is infringed upon by the communists. Unfortunately (and I know I'll get bashed for this), I do not really see hunting, at least in modern America, as an inalienable right.
Make no mistake, I am very pro-2nd Amendment and pro-hunting. But when we begin to invoke the name of God, we have to be very careful not to use it loosely.
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