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Asking the Clergy: What does your faith say about gun ownership? by Rev. Linda Anderson

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LONG ISLANDLI LIFEBy Jim Merritt Asking the Clergy: What does your faith say about gun ownership? The Rev. Linda Anderson, Stony Brook Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Photo Credit: Margaret Allen  March 9, 2018 11:01 AM
The Valentine’s Day shootings in Parkland, Florida, have forced Americans to re-examine issues such as interpretation of the Second Amendment and gun control. This week’s clergy discuss how the faithful should interpret gun rights within the bounds of their religious teachings.  The Rev. Linda Anderson Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook
Unitarian Universalism is a non-creedal faith with Protestant roots. Among its foundational principles today are an honoring of the individual’s search for truth and meaning, the right of individual conscience, and respect for the inherent worth of every person. These are among the principles guiding decisio…