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A Public Discussion

by John K. Stoner  (July 14, 2017)

It has not been difficult to decide that I should not go further with the idea proposed Monday that we call on churches to go into the streets Sunday August 6, Hiroshima Day, to stop traffic to stop war.  The one thoughtful comment I received on that (from a source behind this blog) advised that churches would not do that.  It is true, they would not.

So I revisit just one part of that proposal, the discussion of what is the greater duty of the law.  I invite you to give it further consideration.  Do we have people who care enough about war and nuclear war, and law and what it does not do, to initiate conversation on this call for discernment?

If the law and law enforcement in this country have a greater duty to arrest protesting citizens than to stop war and nuclear war, we are going to make that duty of the law very public and very visible. 

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