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People are free to attend the church of their choice 2000 miles away from home if they so choose. If they ask to land their plane next to the church, that would seem to me to be feeling entitled.

You can choose to worship in your old neighborhood in the city. But that necessarily creates transportation issues that worshipping near where you live (or even at a more distant place in the less crowded suburbs) would not. Expecting the city to accommodate that choice seems entitled, yes.

by ReligionNerd on Dec 5, 2012 3:44 pm • linkreport

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