No God brings depravity

  • December 25, 2012

I’m so sorry for the terrible act that was carried out in Connecticut. I truly believe that it was the person who committed this atrocity, not the weapons he used. If he really wanted to do this, he would have found a way.

If we look back on the history of our country, we can see a point when these atrocities became more prevalent. Once upon a time, we had a God in our school system where we were taught that you shall not kill from a very young age. When the Bible was the good book, not “Harry Potter” or “The Hobbit.”

At one time, we had places to deal with and monitor those with dangerous personality disorders. Places like Mayview, Woodville and Western Center. Many of the residents at these facilities had the capacity to commit these atrocities. But to save the state money and satisfy liberals, we placed these people into society where they are free to their vices.

I believe that the more we push God out of our moral conscience and become more like the ancient city of Rome, where we serve more than one god and our moral standards are adjusted to suit whatever man enjoys, we will see depravity grow in our world.

James Moore



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