We have lost our sense of caring for those around us

By Matthew G. Johnson
Recently, an interpretation of the Bible by Attorney General Jeff Sessions found itself in the spotlight.
Quoting Romans 13 out of context as a justification to do as he wishes, Sessions attempted to justify his decision to separate children from their families who are seeking amnesty at the southern border of our country. His rationale is deeply flawed. His decision is evil and immoral and must be stopped.

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