Posted by: reformedmusings | January 5, 2013

Hermaneutics and the 2nd Amendment in context

There has been a great deal written on how to interpret the 2nd Amendment in the United States Bill of Rights, including by your humble blogger. However, one of the best on the Net was “penned” by a friend of mine, Dr. R. Scott Clark over at Heidelblog. He looks at the modern, relativistic hermaneutic in S-T-O-P Means Stop (or Does it?) – Part 1. This post provides important background for Scott’s analysis of the 2nd Amendment in its original context and meaning in S-T-O-P Means Stop (Or Does It?) – Part 2. Scott outstandingly addresses all the major deconstructionist attacks on the 2nd Amendment. These are must-reads for all who love liberty and especially for those who swore an oath to uphold, support, and defend the Constitution of the Republic.

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