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Re: “The mind of a killer

He grew up in a pentacostal family. He posted on an ex-pentacostal forum. It sounded like their version of it (pentacostalism) went far beyond the norm for the pentacostal experience. They weren't into snake handling or anything like that, but they seemed to confuse some things in the bible. He was very confused, and rejected all of christianity. I think the vast majority of pentacostals are decent people, and I know some personally. In his particular case, it appears the pentacostal church euphoria was too much for him to endure with his family, and it isolated him. He didn't have any social relationships because he was home schooled. He felt like he had to break out, and it looks like he went the other extreme with satanism.

Posted by WW on 12/14/2007 at 6:30 AM

Re: “The mind of a killer

While you are gathering assessments, why not ask a clergyman? I think the shooter could have possibly been demoniac. Whether the demon is real or imaginary is another discussion in the realm of religion. The word "maniac" originated from the word demoniac. It describes a person that would be commonly called "mentally ill." But their is a difference between one person that is insane and another that is criminally insane. It is obvious from reading the killer's own posts, and by his own admission, that he had no control over his mind. Then who was in control? The killer, his imagination...what?

Posted by WW on 12/13/2007 at 8:55 AM

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