A few months ago, a young man by the name of Elliot Rodger killed some modern American girls. Then came the flurry of reasons. What would make him detonate with no warning? Was it the medication? Was it some mental illness? Was it his home life? Some problem with his father, or mother? Do the victims carry the blame?
Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he shall not depart from it. — Proverbs 22:6
His victim’s parents, and his parents, all carry the blame. The victim’s parents could have taught them how to behave. His parents could have taught him how to live. The average American child does not have parents – they have progenitors. This is why the tragedy occurred, and will occur again.