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Jeremy grew up in Sydney Australia. He has tertiary qualifications in business, training, and Bible. With experience in both church ministry and corporate human resources, Jeremy has a strong interest in how faith is demonstrated in our homes and workplaces. You can contact Jeremy at


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    Matt Leys

    Jeremy, some really good points. I’m realising more and more by the day how complex an issue this is, having family and friends in the US.

    Your main point is completely on the money. Regardless of what level of gun control a society may have, is it any surprise the self-inflicted tragedies that occur when said society permits and propagates the rubbish/trash/garbage/filth that we encounter on a daily basis?

    The only real solution is a change of heart deep down inside as a result of a saving encounter with Jesus Christ, otherwise we’re simply trying to curtail ghastly expressions of the sin and evil that result from feeding the carnal man.

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    The difference between the US and just about everywhere else is that when a young man gets badly depressed, psychotic etc etc., he doesn’t have easy access to high powered semi-automatic weapons.

    Sorry, but the gun laws in the US are simply outrageous. Period.

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      Jeremy Crooks


      I do think the US guns laws need to be tightened. I can’t see any reasonable argument for private citizens to have assault weapons.

      Having said that, I do oppose a total ban on guns. Anyway, that is where I land. It is my personal view, not a biblical principle.

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