First off the Bible says that a man that don’t work doesn’t eat.
Doug Turner

2 Thessalonians 3:10, in context, applies to ancient church congregations in which the worshippers shared their resources. People were attaching themselves to these congregations in order to share, but without making contributions in money or labor. The Apostle Paul, who supported himself as a tent maker, was rather put out by that.

While there are legitimate arguments about the virtues and disadvantages of various American welfare programs, policy should not be made based on an isolated Bible verse.

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