Sunday, July 23, 2006

God versus Satan??? Commentary


The Texas insanity-defense law requires that a delusional person acting under "orders" from God be judged not guilty by reason of insanity, but that a delusional person acting under "orders" from Satan be considered sane, according to prominent forensic psychiatrist Park Dietz (according to a June USA Today story). Thus, Dietz believed that Andrea Yates (at press time being retried in Houston) knew that drowning her kids upon command of someone "without moral authority" (such as Satan) was wrong and thus that she did not qualify for insanity-law protection. Dietz later concluded the opposite in another Texas child-killing case because God had supposedly assured that mother that her kids would be better off dead. [USA Today, 6-20-06]
Commentary
It's quite simple. If you believe in God, you must believe in Satan. If you believe in heaven, you must believe in hell. I believe in the power of Satan and I know without a doubt that the things people do are primarily spurred by Satan. They kill in cold blood, they rape, they smoke crack, they shoot heroin and it all comes back to Satan. We give him more power by not recognizing him as the enemy. Any good stratagist from a football coach to a military cheif studies his enemy. He will become aware of his tactics, his moves. We must open our eyes to this and stop sweeping it under the carpet as boogie man mentality. All fanaticism aside...Satan is a liar and will do his best to ruin you and everyone he can get ahold of. It's just that simple!

6 comments:

shane said...

absolutely!

Babsbitchin said...

Shane, thanks for stopping by and commenting. It's good to know someone else sees what I see!

shane said...

oh i see. even down here in nz it is the same.

Babsbitchin said...

Shane, most people, if you talk about it, think you are fanatical. I teeter between good and evil everyday. It is a constant battle as I've known true evil and behavior and am drawn to it. It is a comfort for someone else to know just how real this is. And if the truth were known, it is the fall of American life as we know it.That sounds absolutely insane but you know what? I don't care!

shane said...

american life as you know it, will fall. that's not necessarily a bad thing. don't forget. all those around the faithful who are not believers will suffer. The faithful will be fine. Jesus said so and he may not lie. yes i agree, we are not perfect. we're not meant to be. but we are meant to have faith.

Babsbitchin said...

Shane, excellent point, we are meant to have faith. Faith; the act of believing in that which is not seen.My real point lately and what I'm in tune to is that Satan has actually lambasted us. He has made the wrong seem second nature. He convinces us that it's ok for our kids to watch the things we watch. He convinces us, and I say this as a woman and Mother, he chides us to seek fulfillment as a woman outside of the home. Something suffers in the off set when you have children AND work.He convinces us to drink and drug, to lie and cheat and steal. He has deep seated entanglement with all those in the prison systems. It was a constant fight to do the right thing while I was in there for 3 1/2 years.I had to stay in the word. My mindset, as of this very minute is always sinful and I have to be aware of my own potential for chaos and mayhem, that which I create. But you are right, he messes with me so badly because I've always been a Daughter of God.Blessings to you Shane!