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8 Christian Reactions to Fla. School Shooting: From Prayers to Gun Law Talk

8 Christian Reactions to Fla. School Shooting: From Prayers to Gun Law Talk

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4. Kay Warren

Kay Warren, co-founder of Saddleback Church in California with her husband, Rick, also called for Congress to act on gun laws, but acknowledged that there are Christians who disagree with such a view.

"Please watch. Please listen. Please, Congress, protect our precious children and grandchildren. Please," Warren tweeted, before linking to and re-tweeting several speeches by politicians, journalists, and fellow Christians who talked about the importance of Congress tackling gun laws.

When one tweeter user by the name of Maureen Oehl Specht, who said she is a member of Saddleback, wrote that she is "very sad" to see Warren "buy unto this gun control rhetoric," defending the Second Amendment, Warren responded:

"As Rick always says, you don't have to see eye to eye to walk hand in hand. The Body of Christ is made up of people with wildly divergent points of view about everything under the sun. We're still family."

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