Writer says the solution to school shootings is to hate the hateful, be intollerant of the intollerant, and even to kill the killers... http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/01/02/liberal-ex-columnist-death-threats-published-in-des-moines-register/
This article from the Des Moines Register is yet another example of the deception and logical darkness that plagues the human mind when it is no longer governed by Common Sense, Objecitve Truth and Natural Law.
M. Scott Peck called such two-faced duplicity "the diabolical human mind."
The Apostle Paul called it a "reprobate mind."
And the prophet Isaiah called such logcial incoherence "calling evil good and good evil, darkness light and light darkness, bitter sweet and sweet bitter.."
He also gave a warning: "Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes and clever in their own sight... The Lord's anger burns... He lifts up the banner of distant nations... [who] will roll over the land like a roaring sea."
Calling sin righteous and righteousness sin will always bear consequences....
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About Dr. Everett Piper
Dr. Piper is the President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University. Associated with Chuck Colson’s Breakpoint and Centurions programs, Dr. Piper is the author of "Why I am a 'Liberal' and Other Conservative Ideas" http://www.whyiamaliberal.com/. He has also authored "The Wrong Side of the Door: Why Ideas Matter. Piper is a frequent speaker on Christian education, Biblical worldview, and applied apologetics in both regional and national venues. For more information go to www.okwu.edu or go to www.everettpiper.com .
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