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SHOOTING BACK: THE RIGHT AND DUTY OF SELF-DEFENSE

  Broadcast in Politics

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My guest this week is Mr. Charl Van Wyk, a man who returned fire on marxist terrorists in South Africa as they massacred 11 Christians and wounded another 57 who were simply attending church services. Grenades were exploding everywhere. Pews were shattering. Bullets were flying. People were diving under chairs and grasping for whatever cover they could. The worshippers that night were sitting ducks, except for one man, Charl van Wyk, who was carrying a snub-nosed .38 caliber revolver. Many in our culture today are unaware of the thousands of times that law-abiding citizens use a gun for defensive purposes each day. After reading Mr. Van Wyk's book "SHooting Back: The Right and Duty of Self-Defense," the reader will encounter many examples showing how guns have been used to protect home and families; and conversely, how gun control has led to the slaughter of many defenseless citizens in countries around the world. Finally, Shooting Back is a challenge to those who already believe in the right to keep and bear arms. Charl Van Wyk grapples with many of the questions that most gun owners must eventually come to grips with: Should we carry arms? Is the use of lethal force appropriate in every situation? What can we do when our freedom to carry arms is limited or revoked by the government? His story is inspiring and will encourage you to keep your best defense with you at all times and for Americans to fight any restriction on your Second Amendment guaranteed rights. Charl van Wyk is a full-time missionary and has been affiliated to Frontline Fellowship in Cape Town, South Africa, since 1991. He has undertaken numerous successful mission trips to Zambia, the Democratic Republic of Congo and provinces within South Africa. Our call in number is 646-200-0326.

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