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Saturday, December 15, 2012

People Killing People

The greatest fear for any parent worth anything is the fear of their child preceding them in death—especially a young child. When we hear of such a tragedy, like what occurred yesterday in Newtown CT, we often say “I can’t imagine.” The terrifying reality for parents is that, we can imagine. We look at our own children and think of what those other poor parents are suffering through and wonder how we would handle it if it were our tragedy. I don’t know and I don’t want to know.

What I do know is that, whatever means that the enemy uses to perpetrate such destruction, no amount of political effort can change a human heart. Of course, this doesn’t mean that lawmakers and laws don’t play a role in keeping us safe. However, as I noted after the November 6th election, for things to really change in America, we need a spiritual awakening. We need true revival. Then the politics will take care of itself.

Isn’t it disgustingly ironic that liberals—Bloomberg, Menino, Piers Morgan, (MSNBC’s) Alex Wagner, et al—are screaming for more gun control after the death of 28 Americans, including 20 children, yet nearly 4,000 children a day are killed in the womb in the U.S., and liberals barely bat an eye. I wouldn’t for one second trust the motives and sympathies of someone when it comes to their concern for “gun control” when they refuse to act to act to protect the most innocent among us.

Copyright 2012, Trevor Grant Thomas
At the Intersection of Politics, Science, Faith, and Reason.
Trevor and his wife Michelle are the authors of: Debt Free Living in a Debt Filled World

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