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d0m333 November 1st, 2013 1:31pm

Should Churches be required to apply for permits for the use of public water spaces (rivers, lakes, etc.) for baptism by Park Services

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mphanley Small Town
11/03/13 2:55 pm

I said no....but if the church wanted to "reserve" space on the shore line, etc then they would need to

cpaswr just say the letters
11/01/13 7:50 am

If permits are required from citizens, then permits should be required for churches.

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WillametteKevin Mossopolis
11/01/13 7:47 am

Are permits required to boating, canoeing, tubing, playing in the water? Why would dunking in the water require a permit? How would it be different than teach people to swim in the same location? I see a spiritual diff, not a physical one.

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pisomojado
11/01/13 6:58 am

Agreed, January, plus perhaps depending on the size of the crowd.

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pisomojado
11/01/13 7:03 am

But what happens with the sins that are washed away? Gotta think of the environment!

JanuaryLove
11/01/13 6:55 am

I voted no, but really my answer is "It depends." Are permits required for water space usage by other groups for other purposes? If so, then the church should follow suit and get a permit. If not, then no, the church should not have to have one.

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