Baby doe

You have heard perhaps a certain ‘baby doe’ was found on the coast of Massachusetts.

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A four year old girl’s dead body was discovered in a trash bag, dead. Circumstances are yet unknown, (time will prove the darkness) but a young girl, a baby as it were, cast aside as useless, mere trash, a discard of somebody’s ill will.  Or maybe she just crawled inside the bag looking for a place to sleep…

Are you outraged? To you who see no difference between man or beast, to you who do not see a man or woman created in the image of God, to you who dismiss the spirit of man which separates him from the animal, why are you outraged?

If the human life ceases at death, and a baby girl is just as ‘dead’ as a run over raccoon, if she has no spirit, why are you outraged? Who are you to place more value on her life as opposed to a dead coyote?

What basis for rational thought have you used to determine the value of her life?

A young girl had her life ended by hearts of treachery, casted aside as if she were but a bottle cap or a used q-tip. A young girl found in a trash bag!

So why pray tell should a heathen rage? Why? Do we rage when we see the turkey run over and left alone for the crows to pick clean? Do we rage when the black snake ravages the eggs in the bird’s nest? No, we do not rage. We may show disappointment, disdain, frustration, but no, rage is not the word used to describe our emotions when we run over a grasshopper with the lawnmower.

The human spirit rages at such devildom because we know, we know of a fact man is not an animal. We know instinctively that her little life had more value than many sparrows, and we hate, we despise the fact that another human could be so calculated and cold to snuff the breath from a young baby girl with a life of unfulfilled hope.

Her hope was ended, her body was dismissed as trash, and the heart of man cries out for truth to be told, while the vultures could not care and continue their festivities and revelries, oblivious of the millions of people crying out to God against such wickedness.

Yes, we (unbelievers, skeptics, infidels, fools, believers) all know there must be a day of reckoning, even if we hide from ourselves, there must be an account to make right all the injustices of man.

We rage because we know the heart of man is not the heart of a horse. We rage because we know, unlike the pit bull, man has no excuse for mauling its own. We rage because a young girl found lifeless and worthless is wrong on every level. We rage because the heart of man acts like an animal, and we rage because even the slow of heart to believe knows that man is not an animal.

And we equally know what scripture says to such acts: that the heart is deceitful and desperately wicked. Putting a young girl in a trash bag, dead, is pretty much desperately wicked, but it is equally wicked to say ‘there is no God.’ Imagine the rage that a Creator does not act upon when man says there is no ultimate difference between the life of a man or the life of a walrus. He is oh so patient.

So why be outraged at the death of a girl found in a trash bag? Our hearts condemn us and provide the answer, but YOUR thoughts on God are the best answer.

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68 Responses to Baby doe

  1. Wally Fry says:

    Ten thousand amens brother

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  2. Oh yes, there is sorrow as well as outrage—and the key is as you say—we know better–we should be better and we are better—and yet we live in a perverse world where evil walks and both believer and unbeliever turn away. . .why is that?
    I do mourn the loss of our animals by either man’s hand or from the law of the land—yet the daily tragedies that take place minute by minute across this planet, the unspeakable evil acts which are unfolding somewhere at this very moment, leave me yes, outraged, frustrated and imploring the God of all Creation, who sees all the sorrow and suffering, who feels the overwhelming suffering to intervene—to stop the madness. . .

    And yet there in lies our rub—our freewill, our life of choice, our fight. . .

    This world with its evil and its death, as well as its joy and its laughter—has been overcome—and it is to the believer to speak up and remain silent no more. . .

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    • ColorStorm says:

      ‘A righteous man regards the life of the beast,’ says the good book, and I see no contradiction between taking a deer in archery to put meat on the table, the clean killing of a lamb for passover, or the correct yoking of oxen for plowing.

      But disregarding a young girl………..this way…………in this age of grace? Every act of man proves the God of scripture and His ultimate patience.

      Tkx for including the ‘rub’ Jewels, there is always the ‘rrrrrrrrrest of the story.’

      Silent no more………….;)

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      • Oh I’m all about sustainable hunting practices, eating the meat from anything hunted —and I do eat meat— there a responsibility in hunting as well as in the raising of animals for our tables-
        but you’re right CS when you address the shock and disdain for human life— the utter disregard or maybe abhorrence of life is a better description—-an not just any life, but the life of a child—a child we adults are sanctioned and appointed with caring for, nurturing and protecting. . .this is when I look at the stories of the child predators, the child sex trafficking, the child prostitution and I think—NO, NO, Satan, you will not win. . .

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  3. john zande says:

    The atheist would be truly more outraged. You believe she has a soul and continues somewhere. We understand her life has been thrown away, and that is truly to be outraged at.

    You see, CS, we value life more than the theist.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Really now, so you keep records of the death of weasels, and archive them for posterity?

      You once again missed the heart of this post. If you were MORE outraged, perhaps you would have posted an essay FIRST……………….

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      • john zande says:

        An essay on the economic disparity in the United States? An essay on how your country doesn’t concern itself with the wellbeing of its citizens? An essay why the United States has the highest rates of child mortality in the western world?

        Yes, I could write a few essay’s on those things. It wouldn’t, however, change the fact that atheists value life far, far more than the theist.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I’m tellin’ you john, you make me look like a moderating genius………………

          You luuuuuuuuuuuuuv steering a ship in your direction; newsflash. This is not a smorgasborg where everything unrelated is adored. This is not a gossip column.

          You have your place for that. Try to stay focused on a girl in a trash bag,

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        • john zande says:

          One child, a tragedy. Yes. Are you not outraged by the tens of thousands who die in the US every year because of economics and the absence of a universal healthcare system?

          Where is your outrage there, CS?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Oh how you desire to control conversations. You conveniently avoid posts and points that crush your weak theories.

          In the spirit of this post, here today, write an essay: Why we do not keep court records for weasels…….

          And yes, until you answer this unavoidable truth………….

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  4. archaeopteryx1 says:

    …rage is not the word used to describe our emotions when we run over a grasshopper with the lawnmower.” – Actually, I’ve been known to shut off my mower and wait for a pair of preying mantises to move to safer ground – the male had no idea she would soon cut off his head and eat him, and I didn’t want to contribute to spoiling his day.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Yep, perfectly in accord with its nature. Quite a blueprint.

      But you will never see an insect on trial for murder.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        But you will never see an insect on trial for murder.” – Totally untrue, I have been judge, jury, and executioner of many a spider, roach and fly.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          In a world gone sideways because of sin and death, they all play an important part.

          But you must know little of spiders…………..

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          I? Why is that?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Because on average, at any point on earth, a man is within a few arm spans of spiders. And the fact they reside in kings palaces…………according to the scriptures…………

          And their spins, so pure in math and design…………..creation in the web………

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Because on average, at any point on earth, a man is within a few arm spans of spiders.” – I’m sure that’s equally true of flies and roaches, yet you didn’t mention them. Did you actually have a point there?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Grasshopper? Death? Child found in trash? If God’s word is clear as to spiders……..surely what He says of human nature is a bit more important and reliable…………..

          That point was made in the post as well.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          I’m sorry, but I see no evidence that your god’s word is clear as to spiders.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Oh, silly me, and here I thought the tse-tse fly had mastered the ‘spinning and web work’ by learning the trade…………………..

          Give it up to the glory of God; all else is sinking sand……………..

          No evidence huh? Yea, ok. Baby doe says enough.

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  5. mike and brandy says:

    The story is amazingly sad and outrage inducing. Could we for a moment reject the temptation to score points at our opponent’s expense by using a child’s death as a cudgel?
    That to me is even more outrageous. -mike

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Perhaps mike you could appreciate the tag line at this site on the main page:

      ‘blending the colorful issues of life…………with the unapologetic truth of scripture.’

      The color of this account is black. I make no apology for filtering this through the truth of God and scripture.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        Pathetic, to use a little girl’s life just to make your point.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          It’s called news.

          There is nothing that cannot be shown through the light of scripture. Apparently, the point was made rather well, and there is this sting that you are complaining about.

          God’s word is good; it is we the people who come up short.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          It’s called news manipulation.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          No arch, the ‘news’ did not exhibit rage, and the fact that man is different than an animal.

          You need to ask yourself, as i asked your friend who remained mute, WHY you do not keep records of the deceased coyotes……….(or any other critters)

          Why should man be so afforded the honor of remembrance if he is no more relevant than the weasel…………

          Keeping records is natural proof that the spirit of man lives on.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          See what I mean? You’re using the tragedy of this poor girl’s death in order to say that man is different than an animal, to prove your point – there’s little doubt in mind that some animal killed her. And another animal manipulated her news story to prove his point.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Good gravy arch. I suppose the word rage escaped you.

          And based on your observation here, the comparisons were spot on, but tkx .

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Oh believe me, I’m enraged, that this little girl’s death could mean so little to you that you had to trivialize it by using it to promote your religious beliefs.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Nice work.

          The poor girl had nobody; nameless to date, tossed aside, to return to the Creator well before her time.

          And you can somehow someway find fault with the true assessment of man in a world of sin…

          Trivial? You may have trouble finding someone who honestly agrees.

          Why don’t you write a post expressing your outrage and the bigger picture.

          You see, in your world where there are no absolutes, it is easy to see why you are troubled with this post.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          in your world where there are no absolutes” – As usual, not true – I am absolutely appalled at your attempt to capitalize on this poor child’s murder to promote your religious agenda.

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  6. Sumpter Mountain Gift Stop says:

    All I know is that when God releases his wrath on this world – such darkness will have no where to hide!

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  7. I’m so sorry, Colorstorm, a heartbreaking story indeed. You make a really good point in this post about how most of us will feel and why.

    To take it even a step farther, it is not just the young life that was snuffed out that saddens us, but rather we all recognize the evil behind it. It is that same evil that many non believers just cannot face because if it were to truly convict them, they would find themselves scrambling rather desperately for a Savior.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Thank you friend. You no doubt sensed ‘there is something in the air that’s causing my eyes to water’ as I tried to lower the temp. of the blood boiling.

      One moment a fireman rushes in to save a woman he does not know, giving his life even, now this. Humanity as it ebbs and flows, the best and the worst, but to borrow your word, ‘scrambling,’ yes, as the Saviour is willing, and waiting.

      Appreciate your support ib22.

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      I/B, we are our own Saviors. We can choose whether or not to act as such.

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  8. JunkChuck says:

    It’s abominable to claim exclusive rights to basic human sympathy and outrage over a human monster’s outrageous, unspeakable deviance from our collective values. You argue with atheists and yet you do more to undermine the reputation of Christian decency than they ever could, by arrogantly holding yourself up as superior. I would never want to find myself in a pew beside a person so filled with such imperious scorn and contempt. You should be ashamed of yourself, and you should be afraid–by the words you claim to live by, there will be an objective accounting, at which time you will be reminded of your vanity, your bilious cruelty, your malice against your fellow men.

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  9. Tricia says:

    I was so sad when I first heard the story ColorStorm, of this little girl stuffed carelessly in a bag like she was nothing more than a heap of trash needing to be curbed. Just absolutely disgusting to even think about, which anyone with even the slightest hint of a heart agrees, believer and non believer alike. You bring about an excellent point though about why should people be outraged by this but not by the squashing of a bug or the neighborhood cat getting run over by a car? Sad events yes, but not at all deserving of the heartache and publicity this little girl is getting. Why is that if we are all just random creatures of spontaneous existence?

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      Because the Universe is random, Tricia, it has always been, regardless of how much humans feel the need for the security of certainty in their lives.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Your last sentence says it all tricia.

      With ANY death God is involved, after all, ‘in Him is life…………………’

      What makes it worse, is the fact that she ‘belongs to nobody.’ I do think all will be revealed in time.

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      • Tricia says:

        I agree CS, more will come out. It is really though just a striking example of a society in decay, on a downward path. Thank you for honoring her by writing this and bringing attention to a deeper issue; a society that does not value human life as it should.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Tkx much trish, Appreciate you.

          In spite of opposition that thinks it is somehow self serving. Truly my heart bled.

          No, it’s not the ten thousand who are wronged, it is this ONE. Not the ninety nine, but this ONE.
          And yet the ninety nines, are all ones…………..

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      • “What makes it worse, is the fact that she ‘belongs to nobody.”

        Yes, painful and grievous indeed, but she really does belong to Somebody, to Somebody who loves her a great deal. She is now back in His arms, so take heart. It is those of us left behind who often feel all the sadness, because in all truthfulness, we failed to protect her and it is so awful that one so young had to suffer all alone. She does not suffer anymore however, nor is she alone.

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  10. Peter says:

    I don’t agree with your logic. People also feel bad when animals die, indeed sometimes people are more concerned about suffering of animals than the suffering of fellow humans.

    I know you will disagree with me, I accept that inevitably is the case, but I would suggest you re-think your ‘logic’.

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    • “I don’t agree with your logic.”

      Logic? Logic has nothing to do with a child being killed and thrown away in a trash bag. Logic also has nothing to do with the way we feel about such tragedies. Often logic can be highly over rated, nothing more than a vain attempt to try and find some rhyme and reason where none exists.

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      • Peter says:

        The logic I was referring to was the thought process in the post and using it as an argument to justify a belief in God.

        But I only have myself to blame. I should refrain from commenting on this site, all that happens is I get frustrated by the responses to my comments.

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  12. Tricia says:

    Don’t know if you heard the news yet on this ColorStorm but the poor girl’s mother and her boyfriend were just arrested in connection with her murder. The awfulness of this sad event just got inexplicably worse.

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  13. archaeopteryx1 says:

    To you who see no difference between man or beast, to you who do not see a man or woman created in the image of God, to you who dismiss the spirit of man which separates him from the animal, why are you outraged?

    Because the young life of a member of my own species of animal, was cut short for no valid reason, not by accident, as in the case of a road-kill racoon, or for food, as in the case of the snake and the bird’s eggs, but for the senseless reason that she was an inconvenience.

    Putting a young girl in a trash bag, dead, is pretty much desperately wicked, but it is equally wicked to say ‘there is no God.’

    There’s no comparison – while I don’t recognize the term, “wicked,” killing a child is a tragic, heinous crime, whereas saying ‘there is no god,” is simply telling the truth.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Wickedness comes in many flavors. When Cain murdered his brother, there was a whole lot of bad stuff going on in his heart, at the same time appearing as a model boy scout.

      I pity a man who has no room in his heart for He who created the heart.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        While I pity the man who believes in myths and fairy tales.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Imagine the people who called the Wright brothers fools…………or Marconi…………or Edison and his ‘fairy tales,’ ……….yep, some of the brightest minds were called fools.

          You are arguing for faith, thank you.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Those men understood the science behind their endeavors, while their detractors did not – perhaps if you were to explain the science behind heart creation, I would be less inclined to think of you as a fool.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Do you ever read your comments………………….

          You remind me of an ant oblivious to the foot that can easily crush him. The world does not revolve around the ant.

          ‘Male and female created He them……………..’ There is your science.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          That’s about what I expected, more scripture-flinging —

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Let’s recap-

          People sin. Sin causes death. A baby girl is killed. More proof of sin. Killers found. Sinful hearts exposed. People deny sin. People mock sins curse.

          And scripture proves it all. And people still mock God and His perfect word which indicts all hearts, including yours.

          Please bother someone else.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          People sin.” – Sin is a religious construct that as far as I’m concerned, doesn’t exist.

          Please bother someone else.” – You’d miss me and you know it!

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        • ColorStorm says:

          ‘As far as I’m concerned, doesn’t exist.’

          Yep, and Mt. Everest doesn’t exist because I have never seen it, and it would be a shame to rely on eyewitnesses, hearsay, or doctored images by people with an agenda.

          You are fighting the wrong battle. All have sinned, and you know it.

          Politics, economics, culture, history, education, morals, ‘religions,’ have all been infected and affected by the sin of man, causing ill effects to a world gone sideways.

          Back on point. Baby doe proves you are dead blind to the facts of life. It’s not an insult, just stating the facts ma’am, per Joe Friday.

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