A law banning the feeding of homeless people on public property.
In the city of "brotherly love."
To "protect the dignity of the homeless, cleanliness of the parks, and eliminate food health concerns."
Somehow I don't believe it.
Would love to have a church go out and feed the homeless in public and be cited for breaking this law.
Do you think the ACLU would lead the charge that the church's First Amendment rights had been violated?
Would be interesting.
Would be even more interesting if local congregations banded together and in unison offered feedings on a daily basis raising a banner which said:
"We must obey God rather than men." Acts 5: 29