Should we pray for the soul of the murderer/suicide from CT?
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(12-20-2012, 03:03 AM)jake-the-rake Wrote: A victim of the pervasive loss of the good, true and beautiful. Of trash culture that has replaced parenthood with pills. Of the culture of death. The culture of instant gratification, alienantion. The culture of no loving and caring fathers.

Victim of Evil, perpetrator of compulsive evil... which normally doesn't take such a dramatic form.

Removing culpability, the efficacy of natural law, etc. is dangerous. In fact, I'd argue it encourages the "victim" mentality which pervades.

The guy apparently, according to a former schoolmate, had a webpage devoted to his worship of Satan.

http://www.examiner.com/article/former-c...-the-devil

There comes a point where no one can claim victimization. Many will find that the hard way at our particular judgement. God gives sufficient grace for all mankind to be saved. He doesn't leave anyone hanging. If there is a victim in Adam Lanza, he victimized himself first, in a spiritual sense, before victimizing others in a more tangible sense.
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Re: Should we pray for the soul of the murderer/suicide from CT? - by SMKMI - 12-20-2012, 04:01 AM



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