All of us are sinners, flawed, subject to errors in judgement, make mistakes, and will as long as we walk this earth. We all have a dark side, saved and lost. I guess about a generation ago, our sinning seemed to take a new diminsion downward. When I was going to school, (50s and 60s), I do not remember a mass school shooting, or killing for the sheer enjoyment. It seems like it started sometime in the 80s. Not that I condone it, but killing someone for revenge, in the heat of an argument, or even will committing a crime gone wrong is understandable, or at least we can figure out a reason why the killing took place. This started with Cain and Abel. What I cannot understand is the senseless slaughter of innocent people, and many of them. This was obviously something that was well planned. It was an attack on people that had never done anything against the gunman. They were just there to enjoy themselves. What do you think is the motive that goes through someone's mind, besides pure evil. We all sin, but there is some minimal level of decency in all of us. What went through this person's mind? Why? The Bible says our love for each other will grow cold in the last days, but how more evil can we get? It is a shame, but we cannot give this person a punishment that matches the harm he has caused.