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What Are Our God-Given Rights

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It's been a few centuries since the Enlightenment, and people are still debating what our inalienable rights are. What are you entitled to? And what can be taken away from you? What is guaranteed by law? And what is only protected by social norms? The answers to these questions have changed over time, and they're still changing today. This article will explore the history of our God-given Rights, how they're decided, and what are our God-given rights.

Here are the top 4 God-given rights:

  • Life

  • Liberty

  • The Pursuit of Happiness

  • The Right to Bear Arms

 

Life

The right to life is the most fundamental right. It is the right without which all other rights are meaningless. It is the right that makes all other rights possible. The right to life is not just a gift of nature, but a gift of God, who created human beings in his own image and likeness and endowed them with this inalienable right.

Liberty

The first three words of the US Constitution are "We the people." The Constitution guarantees the rights of the individual, and it is these rights that make us free. Freedom is rooted in liberty. Liberty is the right to do whatever you want as long as it does not harm others. It is a natural human right, but it can also be taken away. It's your responsibility to make sure that your liberties are protected.

The pursuit of happiness

The Declaration of Independence states that "all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." This means that all people have the right to pursue happiness, which is more than just a feeling. It means that you have the right to live in a way that best suits your personality and needs.

The right to bear arms

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution states that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. This means that U.S. citizens have the right to possess guns and other weapons in their homes. The amendment also states that these rights are only limited in certain circumstances, such as when the individual is a convicted felon or has been deemed mentally unfit. The Second Amendment was added to the Constitution in 1791, but it wasn't until 2008 that the Supreme Court ruled that it applied to individuals and not just militias.

Freedom of speech

Our rights as Americans are outlined in the Constitution, and they are called "inalienable rights". Inalienable means that these rights cannot be taken away from us. These rights include freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press. Many other countries have constitutions that outline their citizens' rights, but do not hold the weight our Constitution hold in the United States.

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