FBI Director James requires every new FBI special agent and intelligence analyst to go to the Holocaust Museum. He says, “I want them to learn about the abuse of authority on a breathtaking scale. I want them to see humanity and what we are capable of. I want them to see that, although this slaughter was led by sick and evil people, those sick and evil leaders were joined by, and followed by, people who loved their families, took soup to a sick neighbor, went to church, and gave to charity. Good people helped murder millions. And that’s the most frightening lesson of all—that our very humanity made us capable of, even susceptible to, surrendering our individual moral authority to the group, where it can be hijacked by evil.”
We must always be aware that in our humanity we are susceptible to the deeds of the darkness. -- Jim L. Wilson and Rodger Russell
The Week, May 1, 2015, p. 12.
John 3:19 (HCSB) (19) “This, then, is the judgment: The light has come into the world, and people loved darkness rather than the light because their deeds were evil.