by Dave Daubenmire
December 2, 2021
Preponderance—the fact or quality of being preponderant; superiority in weight, power, numbers, etc.: predominance, majority, mass, bulk.
“What are we going to do?”
I had just run down a litany of issues that are plainly apparent to anyone who has any sense of what is happening in this nation when my precious wife of 42 years and 4 days asked me that question in a moment of frustration. That question hung in the air like a thick fog on a steamy August morning.
What are we going to DO?
For the past six years I have hosted a morning podcast at www.CoachDaveLive.com where we discuss the cultural issues, provide an explanation on how we got in this mess, and determine what we must do to turn things around.
It is a Bible-centered show…but not preachy…and a daily discussion on how our turning from our Christian roots has led to the apostasy masquerading as wisdom in today’s world. Americans, even Christian Americans, no longer love TRUTH. The Truth can be harsh and unnerving and today’s quasi-Christian society loves comfort more than Truth.
As we often say…TRUTH SOUNDS LIKE HATE TO THOSE WHO HATE THE TRUTH! (Check this out)
In our desire to be tolerant and diverse the Christian world has bent over backwards in our effort to be non-offensive to the Luciferians and those numbnut “Christians” who are unwittingly playing on the Devil’s team. Americans have lost their love of Truth.
How did we get in such a mess…and what are we going to DO?
In a court of law there is a principle called “a preponderance of evidence.” It simply means “more than half.” The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial was not tasked with being 100% sure of his guilt but, rather, that a preponderance of the evidence showed it more than 50/50 likely that he did not do what he was accused of. The verdict didn’t require 100% proof of innocence, simply a 51-49 likelihood. A preponderance of the evidence.
Most agreed with the verdict and some did not. But the PREPONDERANCE of evidence presented to the jury showed that he was not guilty of all charges.