Decay of Conscience & How School Has Changed

You can only change a person, situation, or even nation if you properly analyze the problems and then apply God-given solutions to alter or transform them.

In the Bible the key word meaning “change” is the word repentance. It literally means to “re-think,”–to change your heart and mind.

Last week we looked at two factors in the decay of conscience in our nation–divide and conquer (the destruction of marriage and the family), and moral subversion–the crippling effects of sexual sin.

Here are the final three factors in our 21st century decay of conscience.

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Decay of Conscience

Last Saturday Shirley and I drove through one of the established suburbs of our town called “Parkwood.” When we attended school adjacent to it in the late 1960s, the lawns and yards were neatly cut and tidy. 

Today, half of the lawns are weed infested and overgrown. Same is true of many other areas. Post-Covid blues? Another problem with the supply chain (lawnmowers)?

I think not.

We are experiencing an amazing decay of conscience in America.

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Celebrating the World’s Three Greatest Documents

A vast array of words have been written during the 6,000 years of recorded history. Most are of little value–and for thousands of years, contained primarily the exploits of ego-centric kings.

Other works have inspired civilizations or offered valuable instruction or amusement.

But three stand out above all: The Bible, the Declaration of Independence, and the United States Constitution.

Let’s celebrate them this 4th of July week.

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