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Thursday, October 04, 2007

The Different Views of Crime by Believers and Nonbelievers in God

To hold their powers, the officials of most governments are silent on the crime problem because they do not know the origin of crime. Jesus Christ talks about crime in Mark 7:12-23. In verse 23, he says, "All of these evil things come from within, and defile the man." In Part II, Chapter 3 of my my book, I get into detail by saying that evil things come from the human mind.

If all things in the universe come from God and our minds are images of sensations of the brain, as atheists say, all crime must be caused by God. (See 9/27/07 blog, paragraph 2.) But, if God is perfect, God does not not cause crime. With a moral God, man must thus be free so that he can avoid crime by creating knowledge of morals with his mind to develop and perfect a moral philosophy with a symbolic language and dialectical thinking. Accordingly, the images in our mind are created by man and are not a result of the sensations of the brain. Further, man's crime can be decreased in any nation immediately.

On the other hand, if all things in the universe come from Nature, as atheists say, all crime comes from Nature and will increase naturally because crime is a natural human activity. If crime comes from nature, all humans are born with some desire for criminality from an ancestor. So, it is natural for crime to increase in a godless world.

Since godly men are able to avoid all possible criminal activities, all humans man must have come from God. On the other hand, since atheistic man cannot avoid possible criminal activities, atheistic man must have come from Nature. Without God, man is thus a machine, which has no real freedom. Thus, atheism is not a sound theory.

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