Skip to comments.A godless nation: Doomed to fail (Mychal Massie says U.S. trusts handouts of man over hand of God)
Posted on 12/04/2012 12:14:29 PM PST by Perseverando
The truth is a hard thing to hear and even a more bitter pill to swallow. But until we face the truth, we are doomed to sink lower into the abyss as a society. The truth is that a godless nation is a nation doomed to fall.
We as a nation have slowly accepted and pompously come to believe that wisdom begins and stems from us. Secularism is the view that all things religious should be excluded from daily public living, specifically pertaining to political and social concerns.
Thanks to secularism, the mindset today is that God and religious opinion should be relegated to a church on Sunday morning. Courts have ruled with increasing frequency that, depending on the circumstances, religion has no place in the home.
The created have determined they are above the Creator. Dennis Fisher writes: Every age has its own thoughts, ideas, and values that influence the culture, the spirit of the age. It is the kind of growing consensus that morally lulls us to sleep, gradually causing us to accept societys latest values. This is the worlds peer pressure a satanically inspired system of values and ideas that cultivates a lifestyle that is independent of God. (The Spirit of the Age, ODB.org, Dec. 3, 2012)
In my column No foundations, no future, I wrote, I defer to Thomas Jefferson governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. (WND.com, July 22, 2003)
An expanded understanding of Jeffersons words is that government reflects the mores of society. We have become a humanist society, and our government reflects same.
We blame Obamas re-election on fraud and people who want something for nothing but we overlook and reject the truth that we are responsible for creating the
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Months before graduation, West Point cadet quits, citing culture of overt religion
Published December 06, 2012
| Associated Press
ALBANY, N.Y. A cadet quitting West Point less than six months before graduation says he could no longer be part of a culture that promotes prayers and religious activities and disrespects nonreligious cadets.
Just a convenient excuse to blame God and the world. Read near the bottom, his Father committed suicide last year. He was clinically depressed and that was going to deny him a position as a second lieutenant. The young man has lost his way and most likely long before he went to the academy, it however was deep below the surface. More insightful revelations could probably be found if we can learn about his family history and why his father took his own life. No doubt others face similar problems, otherwise we wouldn’t have such a sorry state in every institution that we hold dear.