Thank you for this, goodness gracious man the media covered ONLY this for 3 days straight,
and mental illness aside, how else should we expect kids to act nowadays when they are taught moral relativism,there is no ‘good or bad’,and that we were descended from the wild apes of the jungle?
A word to the atheists on the board. Whether you believe in God or not they system has worked for many years. When you take it away (prayer out of school etc.) what is it replaced with?
You are really going to hate the end result of what you are seeking.[/quote]
Not having prayed in school does not invite a man to murder children.
Religiosity does not cure the world of insanity.
Less than a third of Norwegians believe in God and it has one of the lowest homicide rates on earth.[/quote]
You just painted a picture with very large brush strokes my friend.
The United States of America has always relied on Judeo-Christian values. Prayer in school was a common occurrence prior to 1963 when the Supreme court ruled that it was no longer constitutional.
This has always been a culture of violence, but at the same time that violence was not directed at the innocent (usually), much less children. We used to know right from wrong because we had a unified compass called God. When God was removed from school (and is gradually being removed from our culture) there was/is nothing to replace it, nothing other than violent movies, video games, TV shows and yes even cartoons.
The typical child born in the 90’s is more likely to commit an act of violence against an innocent person because religion has been removed and replaced with nothing other than pop culture and all the slime that comes with it. In world of relativism there is no right or wrong.
I wish I was wrong but you will see more of this type of thing. And the liberal media will not tell us the truth, just as they have not in this recent case. But they will turn their own form of weaponry on the NRA and the 2nd amendment.
We are headed for some very scary times. And yes it is because we have removed God from public school and increasingly from our (originally) God based culture. You don’t like it but it’s the truth![/quote]
You’re the one who’s using a broad brush. Are these opinions or facts? Do you have data which suggests that “the typical child born in the 90’s is more likely to commit an act of violence against an innocent person,” or is that an impression you have? And in light of the dizzying social and technological changes we’re subjected to every couple of years these days, can you really establish a causal link between lack of prayer in school and this phenomenon, even if the latter exists?[/quote]
My brush paints precisely.
But I know there are no amount of posts that will convince you. No one ever convinces anyone about anything on a message board. But, I will stand on my analysis. Knowing the history of our country and what has worked is my data. When you remove that you get chaos, we are living it and it will increase. But, you don’t believe me and I have no problem with that. Everyone lives with their own theories on why we are where we are. You have yours I have mine. If you don’t think pumping filth into our children’s minds and shunning God is not a contributor to the mess that we’re in then go on your merry way and think what you want. I’m cool with that.
I know that I’m correct and there isn’t enough data in the universe to convince you or any other God hater (not that you’re one) that God and religion were one of the building blocks to our country’s greatness.
So…here’s all we have to do. Sit back and wait 10-20 more years and see if things get better as the role of God and religion diminish. Of course many (maybe you) will blame everything under the sun including the NRA if more innocents die. But we who used to live in a far more moral society will know what went down and why.
Hey, I hope I’m wrong because the world that I see coming is not a pretty one.