Is this child immoral, and/or will grow up in time to be an immoral voter or legislator?
Purpose of These Posts
The word immoral was brought up by a Politician Party Leader Legislator. The purpose of this series of posts is to bring up a series of political issues for readers to decide if their legislation is immoral regardless of political party.
Immoral Definition, Merriam Webster
not moral broadly: conflicting with generally or traditionally held moral principles
Recent Examples on the Web
This passage has long been used to justify immoral, un-Christian policies under the guise of the government protecting its citizens.— Ed Stetzer, Vox, “Fellow evangelicals: stop falling for Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric,” 6 Nov. 2018
Religious people feel deeper emotions than those who don’t follow a faith after committing moral or immoral acts.— Kelly Potts, Woman’s Day, “Study Shows Religious and Nonreligious Are Equally Likely to Do Kind Things,” 18 Sep. 2014
Righteousness exalts a nation,
but sin condemns any people. (Proverb 14:34)
27“Look,” says the Teacher “this is what I have discovered:
“Adding one thing to another to discover the scheme of things—
28while I was still searching
but not finding—
I found one upright man among a thousand,
but not one upright woman among them all.
29This only have I found:
God created mankind upright,
but they have gone in search of many schemes.” (Ecclesiastes Chapter Seven)
What’s My Point?
The above child picture depicts a 6-month-old boy who is now becoming aware of his surroundings and will over time choose to emulate the actions of the people who will surround him.
Whether the actions he sees will be righteous or any one of the synonyms or antonyms above words, I personally do not know the future whether it will be righteous for him or our Nation.
My point is according to the Ecclesiastes Verses written by the observations and beliefs make by king Solomon three thousand years ago, our Creator made this child and every child born upright.
“God created mankind upright, but they have gone in search of other schemes.”
In My Opinion
When the politician used the word immoral, the door was opened for examination of all politicians and political parties to be observed as to whether their legislation and/or parties are or were immoral.
Whether the decisions were based on “not moral broadly: conflicting with generally or traditionally held moral principles”
In My Next Post
I will begin with a current issue in the news of legislator’s approval of “legalized recreational marijuana”
Based on the issues, which moral or immoral issue and legislator will you vote to support in the next election.
Will the issue decided by our politicians and/or political party exalt or condemn ourselves and our nation by our Creator?
How will this child in the above photo emulate what he observes from the traditions he will observe or will be taught at home or in school when his time arrives to vote?
Will his observations be based on wisdom or folly of the politicians or political parties’ decisions on issues decided upon of his Nation?
Will the choices he makes be based on “not moral broadly: conflicting with generally or traditionally held moral principles”
Regards and good will blogging.