I went to teach at a college dorm last Tuesday night and was shocked by what occurred. First of all, many of the dorms in Moldova use the co-ed staggering method of housing. For example, a dorm with 6 floors will have a girls floor followed by a guys, repeating the same pattern all the way to the top floor. From talking with a few former college students I found that most of the students in the dorms end up sleeping together before they finish school and many end up marrying because of an unexpected pregnancy. There is another article coming about this problem so keep on the lookout. The dorm where we taught was a dorm for future lawyers. I was glad to hear that when talking to the students before we began. I asked them questions about their lives and about the future. Most of them said that they wanted to have a positive impact in the future of their country. As we began to teach a study on the dangers of abortion from a Biblical perspective I was saddened to see the response of these supposedly “intelligent” young minds. In the secular humanistic world view there is this wave of teaching that says that, in the plea for humaneness, the life of the guilty is more valuable than the life of the victim. “How is that so?” you may ask. Here is a prime example. The Word of God says that the only thing that can pay for a life that is taken through murder is the life of the murderer. This makes sense but the secular humanist, as I have said, turns things around to protect the guilty and punish the innocent a 2nd time. Most of the young people took the side of the guilty one, the murderer saying that he should not have to pay with his life and that we must be humane. Is it humane to murder another human being? Of course not. But worse is when you protect the life of the guilty and discredit the life of the victim by saying that the life of the murderer has more value. So, those who will be our future lawyers are being brain-washed into taking the side of the murderer and putting a higher value on his life than on the life of the victim. The whole point of the law is to protect the innocent by punishing the guilty. This has been changed and now the victim is victimized twice. What discourages criminals from doing what they do best if their lives are more highly valued than the lives of innocent people?