The Question of Morality: Again


The Question of Morality: Again

Once again, I return to the question of morality. A family cannot hold together without it. Nor can a Nation long stand in good conduct and viability without it.

Witness our own America, now debouched (our leaders are known for their lies and deceptions); now dangerous (we cannot go to malls or the movies, etc., feeling safe); now crazy (tax payers provide sex change surgeries for murderers in prison….what a great time “she” will have in prison!, etc., etc., etc.,); now in decline (if you can’t see it, your blind).

There there are a great many causal factors in all of these and the other  manifestations of our decline that I have identified in other blogs and in my other writings. There are way too many to identify in this single blog.

We can be certain, however, that our failure to teach the precepts of Judeo/Christian morality to our children has been a major and central catalyst to America’s decompensation to its current psychopathological state.

V. Thomas Mawhinney, Ph.D.,   9/14/12

Please read the following article about the lack of moral judgement in our youth.

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/277693/why-young-americans-can-t-think-morally-dennis-prager#

P.S. Thanks to Gonzo, for sending me this article. See his blog in my blogroll  list.

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3 Responses to “The Question of Morality: Again”

  1. Kaeden Says:

    Evyoerne would benefit from reading this post

    Like

  2. Howard Hawkins Says:

    In 2006 their were approximately 1.2 billion muslims in the world.
    It was forecasted that in the United States Islam would become the second most populated religion.

    Like so many things eating 2 bags of popcorn a day for numerous years one developes a lung disease,sues the manufacturer and receives millions of dollars.

    We lack leaders that stand tall exemplifing good moral character,its not easy,its not suppose to be.

    We are human with frailties..it takes a strong belief system and discipline to do what is morally right.

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