* The “Why”: Listen in as Bob & co-host Doug McBurney offer answers to the question so often asked in the aftermath of a mass murder/suicide... “why did this happen?”
* What to Do About It: While most of the media, (and even some Christian organizations) struggle with public policy questions surrounding issues of morality, gun control, security, psychotropic drugs, video games and violent movies, Pastor Enyart offers concrete solutions that can help us all build a society in which violence and immorality are put in check by godly wisdom.
* Flashback #1: See also KGOV.com/aurora-massacre for additional authoritative information on the Whys and the Whats.
* Flashback #2: See KGOV.com/search/node/columbine for never before heard recordings about the Columbine massacre and other authoritative insights into the Whys and the Whats, as in What should be done to avoid many such future massacres.
You Can't Stop Every Crime, But You CAN End an Epidemic
* Identify the Solutions
- Advocate renewed recognition of God as our Creator
- Advocate recognition of rights as flowing from God
- Advocate enforcement of God's enduring command, Do not murder
- Advocate the abolition of human abortion
- Advocate for God's criminal justice system and a return to corporal punishment
- Advocate for the swift death penalty for all convicted murderers
- Oppose godless schools for children and oppose government school
- Oppose the intellectually bankrupt theory of evolution that claims we come from animals
- Oppose no-fault divorce
- Promote the personhood movement, the creation movement, and Christian homeschooling
Flashback #3: Bob Enyart burns OJ Simpson's Hall of Fame Award and Heisman '68 Jersey to call for the installation of a new criminal justice system in America. See KGOV.com/oj.
Flashback #4: Court TV interviews Bob Enyart regarding Scott Peterson's death sentence.
Flashback #5: Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broaddrick as documented at ShadowGov.com and as an editor of the Wall Street Journal wrote, that Bill Clinton's rape of Juanita Broaddrick was an event that "in fact took place." Hear also Bob's worldwide exclusive interview with Juanita Broaddrick and with nurse Norma Rogers, her friend who found Broaddrick wounded and in tears shortly after the assault.
Today's Resource: Have you seen the Government Department at our KGOV Store? We are featuring Bruce Shortt's vitally-important book, The Harsh Truth about Public Schools. And also, check out the classic God's Criminal Justice System seminar, God and the Death Penalty, Live from Las Vegas, and Bob on Drugs DVDs, and our powerhouse Focus on the Strategy resources!
The KGOV Mailbag: Dear Pastor Enyart, I awakened this morning to the radio's reports of the horrible killings... My prayers went immediately to God to show us how to heal our wounded culture from this senseless disregard for life. This prayer led me to my thoughts of you and to your wonderful preachings about respect for life. I believe the abortions, the extreme violence in our entertainment mediums, and the total abandonment of religious and moral teachings have brought our society to this level of complete disregard for life. Thank you for all that you do to preach the absolutes that we so vitally need in our world. Thank you for your respect of life, and praise of God and His laws. Thank you for the work you do to show us the folly of our ways. This sickness in our midst can only be healed by faith and by our belief in the Lord. Please keep preaching the Word, as it, alone, is our only hope to be delivered from this evil that lives among us. Best regards, Chet Beck
Chet, thank you for your love for the Lord and for the innocent. And thanks for encouraging us here at BEL! We need your prayers!
-Pastor Bob Enyart
Denver Bible Church
American Right To Life
In Memory of an Insightful Political Satirist: Ambrose Bierce, critical of American governance, wrote definitions for legal terms such as:
Accomplice, n. One associated with another in a crime, having guilty knowledge and complicity, such as an attorney who defends a criminal, knowing him guilty. This view of the attorney's position in the matter has not hitherto commanded the assent of attorneys, no one having offered them a fee for assenting.
Lawful, adj. Compatible with the will of a judge having jurisdiction.
Lawyer, n. One skilled in circumvention of the law.
Litigation, n. A machine which you go into as a pig, and come out of as a sausage.
Precedent, n. In Law, a previous decision, rule or practice which, in the absence of a definite statute, has whatever force and authority a Judge may choose to give it, thereby greatly simplifying his task of doing as he pleases...
Rope, n. An obsolescent appliance for reminding assassins that they too are mortal. It is put about the neck and remains in place one's whole life long.
Tree, n. A tall vegetable intended by nature to serve as a penal apparatus, though through a miscarriage of justice most trees bear only a negligible fruit, or none at all. When naturally fruited, the tree is a beneficent agency of civilization and an important factor in public morals.
Trial, n. A formal inquiry designed to prove and put upon record the blameless characters of judges, advocates and jurors.