Children Are Born Wicked (believe, scripture, sinners, Jesus)
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Jeff Beck is an idiot. Today, he had his favorite shrink back on the show, to explain to his audience, why a couple of men would go around killing people's dogs. The shrink's explanation: the men lacked "empathy." He knows this, because, according to him, anyone who would go around killing people's dogs, must lack empathy. That is incompetent. Just because you know how someone feels (empathy) doesn't mean you wouldn't "enjoy" making them suffer. Duh!
Why believe this nonsense? Well, they begin from the erroneous premise, children are born righteous. That is incompetent. As Bible Believing Christians, we should all know, children are born cursed. That's wicked.
Beyond that, the shrink is supposed to be providing us with, a deep and profound motive for the killing. Any Bible Believing Christian should recall, the animal sacrifices of The Old Testament and their significance (a sacrifice)! So, if you are looking for a deep and profound motive for the killings: THEY WERE LOOKING FOR A SACRIFICE! (double duh!)
Children are born selfish... not wicked. That does not conform to scripture.
But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not try to stop them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”
Hard to imagine Jesus holding the door open for the "wicked".
Try fasting and you'll cry like a baby for a Big Mac or Jesus. maybe both
Hi, children are born into a death state which is the reason why we become sinners. Jesus died for all, even the wicked so evidently He loves them. (not the wickedness!)
Romans 5:6For while we were still helpless, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly. 7For one will hardly die for a righteous man; though perhaps for the good man someone would dare even to die. 8But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.
Last edited by ShanaBrown; 04-07-2009 at 09:09 PM..
Yes, Genesis 8:21 says,"...every inclination of his heart is evil from childhood.
To be inclined is not the same thing as to give in to that inclination. By the time a child is a toddler, he has learned that certain behaviors produce certain results. We label those behaviors as "good" or "bad," but no child can sin until he is capable of understanding the difference between right and wrong. Sin is the willful, intentional transgression of one of God's laws, and until a child has reached the age where he can understand that it is wrong to break God's laws, he is incapable of sinning.
Again, I ask you what sin has a day-old baby committed? And how do you believe God would punish that sin were the baby to die? If God is truly just, as we all would agree He is, wouldn't He have to punish the baby who dies as a sinner? How fair would it be for Him to overlook the sin in the baby and to punish it in an adult? How do you think God punishes the sins of a baby who dies (presuming you actually believe babies are sinners)? Or, if you don't think He does, how can you say He is just?
The sad fact is that babies die and death occurs only because of sin. That is why he doesn't over-look sin...he is just and serious about sin.
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