Dear God, Is King Solomon There? I Have A Question About Guns

By Jim Allen, Editor, NuVote Reach

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Aberrations, such as the massacre of 20 elementary school children at Sandy Hook do not appear out of thin air, “for our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against…the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.” Trying to find political consensus to solve the problem of gun violence in America, while establishing reasonable parameters of gun regulation appear to require the wisdom of King Solomon.

Perhaps we can get guidance about handling this critical issue from Solomon. Before he became arguably the wisest man in all of history, he properly positioned himself for success, as we learn in 1Kings Chapter 3, beginning with verse 7:

“Now, Lord my God, you have made your servant king in place of my father David. But I am only a little child and do not know how to carry out my duties. Your servant is here among the people you have chosen, a great people, too numerous to count or number. So give your servant a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong. For who is able to govern this great people of yours?”

We could say Solomon had ascended to the Oval Office, or we could say he was at the helm of the most powerful lobbying group in the land—God’s chosen people. But he did not rest on, nor self-exalt in how well capitalized and influential was his PAC or that he was ‘clothed in immense power,’ but he foresaw the challenging politics to come, realized he couldn’t manage this favored positioning as an island, and sought to be Divinely equipped with the ability to ‘rightly divide the word of truth.’

It was a brilliant approach, which immediately paid dividends.

1Kings 3 continues:

10 The Lord was pleased that Solomon had asked for this. 11 So God said to him, “Since you have asked for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself, nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for discernment in administering justice, 12 I will do what you have asked. I will give you a wise and discerning heart, so that there will never have been anyone like you, nor will there ever be.

The current political landscape has the National Rifle Association (NRA) leadership, and many gun-rights advocates on the right in a stalemate with the Obama Administration and many gun-control advocates on the left—while the body count from gun violence in America daily rises, and the rift widens.

How did Solomon deal with a similar situation?

1Kings 3 continues:

16 Now two prostitutes came to the king and stood before him. 17 One of them said, “Pardon me, my lord. This woman and I live in the same house, and I had a baby while she was there with me. 18 The third day after my child was born, this woman also had a baby. We were alone; there was no one in the house but the two of us.

19 “During the night this woman’s son died because she lay on him. 20 So she got up in the middle of the night and took my son from my side while I your servant was asleep. She put him by her breast and put her dead son by my breast. 21 The next morning, I got up to nurse my son—and he was dead! But when I looked at him closely in the morning light, I saw that it wasn’t the son I had borne.” The other woman said, “No! The living one is my son; the dead one is yours.” But the first one insisted, “No! The dead one is yours; the living one is mine.” And so they argued before the king.

Post Sandy Hook, a growing number of progressives are aggressively arguing against the NRA assertion of second amendment protection of the sale of assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines to the general public—which is seen by many as solely as an NRA campaign to drive upward the profits of gun manufacturers.

Meanwhile, a recent Rasmussen poll found that 65 percent of Americans see gun rights as protection against tyranny.

The previously existing paradigm was deemed perfectly acceptable capitalism 101 and/or political lobbying 101, until the moral vacuum was filled with the bullet-riddled bodies of 20 babies.

Now the argument must be settled to find which group’s thinking is the parent of the solution to this unspeakable tragedy. Those who would insist on universal background checks, fingerprinting and licenses for all gun purchases, “well-regulated” sales at guns shows, banning high-capacity magazines and assault rifles; or, those who would reject any attempt to restrict the sale, manufacture or ownership of firearms in America and direct attention to strictly focus on mental health issues, the effects of the consumption of violent entertainment on youth and/or the championing of posting armed guards at every school in America?

The political gulf is wide—widening!—and given the stream of non-conciliatory rhetoric, seems impossible to bridge. But a decision has to be reached that will be in the best interest of children.

If only we could get King Solomon on the phone!

We can’t do that, but we do have a court transcript of the baby-gate trial proceedings. Let’s review how Solomon ensured the safety of the child and saw that the child’s future was guided by the right hands?

1King 3 continues:

23 The king said, “This one says, ‘My son is alive and your son is dead,’ while that one says, ‘No! Your son is dead and mine is alive.’” 24 Then the king said, “Bring me a sword.” So they brought a sword for the king. 

 Well, one cannot say Solomon was against arming himself to deal with a problem. The first thing he did was call for his “piece.” I digress.

 1Kings 3 continues:

 25 He then gave an order: “Cut the living child in two and give half to one and half to the other.” 26 The woman whose son was alive was deeply moved out of love for her son and said to the king, “Please, my lord, give her the living baby! Don’t kill him!”

But the other said, “Neither I nor you shall have him. Cut him in two!” 27 Then the king gave his ruling: “Give the living baby to the first woman. Do not kill him; she is his mother.”

 The elegant, God-given wisdom of Solomon!

Soon, we in America will know who best loves our babies, by their actions. We will see who is ultimately wise and just.

Understandably, there is an intense focus in the ongoing debate on guns. There is also some mostly amorphous talk about possibly related mental-health issues. But the question also bears posing: can we really expect to arrive at a wise and just resolution of this conundrum of carnage without factoring in America’s love affair with violence?

This romance is evidenced by the ample commerce generated by violent movies, television shows and video games, which confirm our uniquely American predilection for that which is the pablum for weaning our children on macabre forms of entertainment.

Enter, Ephesians Chapter 2:

As for you, you were dead in your transgressions and sins, in which you used to live when you followed the ways of this world and of the ruler of the kingdom of the air, the spirit who is now at work in those who are disobedient. 

 It talks about, “The ruler of the kingdom of the air.” Is that not how these violent movies, games, even violent music are introduced into our children’s spirits, through the air—either by sight or by sound—watching television, watching movies, playing video games, listening to music, via the ‘airwaves’?

Alright, table that thought and come back down to earth, if we must. Look at what we  have been able to figure out in the temporal realm: A 15-year-long University of Michigan longitudinal study published in the March 2003 issue of Developmental Psychology says children’s “perceptions [are] that TV violence is realistic” and the viewing of violence is “linked to later aggression as young adults, for both males and females.”

The study re-surveyed 329 of the 557 boys and girls who were the subjects of a 1977 study, when they were between the ages 6 and 10.

In the 2003 study, the subjects were in their early 20’s.

In addition, a report by the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania: The Effectiveness of the Motion Picture Association of America’s Rating System in Screening Explicit Violence and Sex in Top-ranked Movies from 1950 to 2006, indicates “the explicitness of violence and sex in popular movies rose following the 1968 replacement of the Production [or Hays] Code with the MPAA [Classification and Rating Administration (CARA)] rating system.”

“Violence increased steadily in both R and PG-13 films over time…which suggests that CARA has systematically changed its criteria over time for assigning R to violent films, since it increasingly takes more violence to receive an R rating,” reads the Annenberg report.

“Especially concerning is the finding that proportions of PG-13 films escalated drastically over time to the point where they accounted for about half of top-grossing films. PG-13 has contained increasingly violent content over time…,” the Annenberg report continues.

Youth aged 12 to 24 buy more movie tickets than any other age group. It is therefore in the MPAA’s financial interest to limit the number of R-rated films, as PG-13 films generate far more revenue.

The Motion Picture Association says US/Canadian box office revenues totaled $10.2 billion in 2011.

We passionately patronize movie-industry and gaming interests who, under first amendment protections, produce and traffic in violent content intended for our children.

To begrudge Hollywood and gaming interests their “artistic freedom” is not my cause and that appears to be settled law in America. It is primarily a parental and community responsibility to protect our children, not theirs.

We allow for the emotional adoption by our young people of screen (and video game) heroes and anti-heroes with whom or through whom, on a daily basis, they interactively or imaginatively mimic committing the most heinous acts of gratuitous violence.

We label it entertainment and countenance its consumption by their developing or, in some cases, their innocently developmentally arrested minds.

News flash: we also blissfully buy McDonald’s Happy Meals for our early learners that are frequently a primary point of aftermarket distribution for the violent characters and weaponry depicted in commercial motion pictures—perhaps stealthily (along with other worse offenders) or unintentionally, grooming our babies to take over the cinema seats of their aging big brothers and sisters.

In his 2009 book, “The Moment of ‘Psycho’: How Alfred Hitchcock Taught America to Love Murder,” British film critic David Thomson argues that the 1960 film Psycho allowed for increasing levels of violence to enter into motion pictures.

“In terms of cruelties we no longer notice…we are another species,” wrote Thomson.

Ephesians 2 continues:

3All of us also lived among them at one time, gratifying the cravings of our flesh[a] and following its desires and thoughts. Like the rest, we were by nature deserving of wrath. 

The acculturation of violence in our children begins almost as soon as they start watching cartoons like Roadrunner (which I loved), or can be babysat by a violent video game, or phoneticize the word ‘McDonalds’—whose marketing to children is iconic—as is their legendary philanthropy through the Ronald McDonald House, to be fair.

There does seem to be a paradigm shift in America—with the Sandy Hook shootings being the apparent tipping point.

A recent Johns Hopkins poll indicates 89 percent of all respondents, and 75 percent of those identified as NRA members, support universal background checks for gun sales. It also indicates a majority of NRA members support prohibiting people with recent alcohol or drug charges to buy guns and 70 percent support a mandatory minimum of 2 years in prison for selling guns to persons not legally allowed own them.

“Not only are gun owners and non-gun-owners very much aligned in their support for proposals to strengthen U.S. gun laws, but the majority of NRA members are also in favor of many of these policies,” Daniel Webster, co-author of the Hopkins study and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research said in a written statement.

The Hopkins survey also indicates most Americans favor greater spending on mental health issues, a plank in both President Barack Obama’s and the NRA’s plan, outlined by Wayne LaPierre, intended to curb gun violence.

Is there a 21st century cultural renaissance or spiritual awakening afoot? Can we generationally devolve from the ‘Thomson model’ of insensitivity to violence, if one accepts the premise, even if one rejects the spiritual elements of this equation?

One can only hope that a growing and continuing chorus of grassroots voices calling for national and/or states’ action on violence in entertainment, mental-health issues, school safety and “well-regulated” gun ownership will provide enough political cover, if not backbone reinforcement, for lawmakers to take meaningful action, now, and not allow the Sandy Hook victims to die in vain.

Wise King Solomon settled the political dispute between the prostitutes in his court by testing which of them would sacrifice their own personal comfort and relent from their well-rehearsed talking points to save the life of the child.

1Kings 3 continues, after Solomon’s ruling on the child’s life:

28 When all Israel heard the verdict the king had given, they held the king in awe, because they saw that he had wisdom from God to administer justice.

In the settlement of this gun-rights/gun-control debate, we too must keep a discerning eye out to see who is willing to cut the baby in half and whom we will hold “in awe.”


About Jim Allen, Founder/Editor, NuVote Reach

Currently serving as Chief Operating Officer of Alejo Media, emerging as one of Washington, D.C.’s most artistic and innovative video production and post-production media companies. Previously, as Director of News and Media Services at the American Institute of Physics, he led the creation of the news platform, which includes Inside Science TV. He also previously served as Media Director, Energy NOW! and Clean Skies TV and as Special Reports Editor/Media Relations Director at The Hill newspaper. Jim has served in various executive, business development and/or programming roles for a number of media concerns including CBS Radio/Television, Radio One Inc. and the Los Angeles Times. Since 1995, he has been a contributor to the Reporters Notebook news roundtable program on NBC 4 TV, DC. He earned a music scholarship to Delaware State University, a Bachelor of Arts in English/Television Production at Virginia State University and, from 2003-2007, attended Concord University School of Law. His commendations include the Washington, DC Teachers' Union Media Relations Award and shared an American Academy of Nursing National Media Award. Jim also chairs a development task force for the faith-based, non-profit House of Help/City of Hope, founded and led by Bishop Dr. Shirley Holloway, which has provided substance abuse, mental health and continuing education programs and transitional housing for tens of thousands of homeless (and battered) women, families and men (including ex-offenders) at its shelter and treatment facilities in Washington, DC and Prince George’s and Charles Counties, MD.
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26 Responses to Dear God, Is King Solomon There? I Have A Question About Guns

  1. I agree on most issues discussed on here, and I also accept that video games are among the major facilitators of gun violence. Video gaming is a different platform, compared to movies (80’s action movies in particular), actually can aggravate aggression and violence. I also believe the film industry have a big part to help with this ongoing rampage. Maybe instead of explosions and more explosions, films that deal with the intricate aspect of human beings should pushed and supported. Less adrenaline, more brains. Anyways, where art thou, Oh King Solomon?

    • Thank you so much for writing. Looking at your blog I had never thought things in semantic terms of an “unfair civilization” I have to meditate on this one. On video games, it just can’t be helpful programming of you minds, especially those may not have strong counterbalances to offset the influence! God Bless,Jim

  2. robakers says:

    I am so blessed that you found me. I truly love and enjoy how you weave the scriptures into modern day applications. This is an argument that I have internally debated and as a moderate, I find myself torn between the right to bear arms and the need for public safety. In September, I found myself in a gun store purchasing an Assault Weapon (AR-15). I was there for several reasons, but primarily I was there to exercise my rights as a law abiding citizen. I have never fired the weapon, and I prayed before I put it in its hiding spot that it would never fire any round, in a time of peace or a time of anger. I am not scared of the weapon, but I have a deep found respect for the carnage it can leave in its wake.

    Now to your thoughts. I agree that Solomon is needed today. Unfortunately, I believe that if he were a player in the current political system. He would be marginalized by 50% of the electorate just because he had a “D” or an “R” behind his name. I find it troubling that we as a nation make most of our decisions because of the party a person belongs too. We no longer listen to the words, we agree or criticize as the words are spoken based on our biases. Solomon could be King because he was the King.

    I agree that our children are subjected to untold amounts of violence. It is wrong, perverted and immoral. But, how is it different than when I grew up and played Army in the neighborhood? We shot play guns and lived and died so many times during a hot summer afternoon, in Little Rock Arkansas. Is my experience as a youth much different from a kid today who plays X-Box for hours on end? Probably, but how large is that difference?

    Secondly, why do we abhor war in all forms, but we happily watch a war movie or play violent video games? That is something I have wondered about since returning from Iraq. Before I left, I could accept war. But today, I never want the country to be in another war. How can anyone who believes that war is not the answer, be okay with allowing children to play violent games or watch slasher movies? To me it is the same argument with abortion. How is it okay to abort a fetus, but wrong to execute a convicted criminal? The logic does not resonate with me.

    I do have one answer to your question about Solomon. I do not believe in hoping for a change in the countries grassroots population to force the elected officials to do their job. I believe that we must force them into action by using all forms of communication. Your blog is one of those tools and I believe that your blog is written by a modern day Solomon. That person looks at you in the mirror every morning. You are doing God’s work and I pray for your continued success.

    • Hey Rob,

      Good point about the party affiliation! I would take it a step further. If these guys on Capitol Hill would do as the framers intended and serve a term or two and go back home to work, instead of becoming “career politicians”, the money needed for reelection would not be such a driver of politics. The lobby was established by constitutional mandate, but did not foresee careerists being the majority of lawmakers!

    • I really appreciate the encouragement and your taking the time to write such thoughtful analysis. I think there is a difference is imaging and role playing a cowboy and Indian saga, compared to hours of committing bloody murder and mayhem that one can see and internalize. One is an outward expression, the other is sheer intake,in my view. Great commentary, and I do not mean the complements to me (smile). Thanks and God Bless!

  3. Bernard Williams says:

    Thanks or sharing. Most enlightening and detailed.

    Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 22:56:33 +0000 To:

  4. Mr. Jim Allen,
    The issue is not “It’s About Guns” nor the wisdom of Solomon. American moral decline best describes the present condition of our society. The modern day so-called church has failed America. Progressives (Marxists) infiltrated the church, Catholic and Protestant, long ago. Destruction of family values has been the center of their attack for decades. Many people are fed up and leaving the church today.

    God established a government at Mt. Sinai and not a religion. Yet, politics and religion (lack of a better word) are inseparable aspects of daily life and government. Thomas Jefferson did NOT believe in separation of church and state. “CONGRESS shall make no law…”, period. Political speech has been stifled in the churches because preachers stood against LBJ’s election to the senate. Through the senate CONGRESS created IRS code limiting political speech. Alexander Hamilton warned us about “men disposed to usurp”, The Federalist No. 84.

    The break down of society is not limited to the failure of the churches. The so-called educational system has produced members of our society that can not read nor understand our founding documents. Rule of Law means what ever the political elites tells us it means. We are held to a higher standard than they hold themselves. They may break law but, we may not. This is what our youth in this country see. Corrupt leaders that break law on a daily basis.

    What we hear in the news and read in the polls is planned rhetoric meant to divide and answers to leading questions. This perpetuates the Left v. Right paradigm.

    I am sure you and I have the law written on our hearts by God himself. We understand murder is transgression of the law, SIN. We are sickened by the thought of murder, especially of little children. Yet, as men we must defend our families from the ungodly that do not follow Rule of Law. This our Founding Fathers understood. We also understand governments (tyrants) throughout history have murdered their citizens. Hence, the need for the 2nd Amendment.

    The issue never was about gun control from our perspective. The issue is about control of “we the People” by the elites in this country. If we are armed they must tread lightly.

    • Thank you so much for sharing and giving me so much to consider. God Bless!

      • Jim,
        Thought you would be interested in this video series, “IN SEARCH OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT…” 12 parts, Among topics discussed is the Civil Rights movement which may not have been successful without the 2nd Amendment. Dave Kopel, who recently testified before Congress, is one of the professors discussing the 2nd Amendment,

      • I look forward following up on this thoughtful referral–being old enough to remember those days (born in 1956),having interviewed Rosa Parks myself and my father (RIP) was an associate of Dr. King (another Southern Baptist Minister, who in addition was also radio executive).I’d like to hear this. When I was a boy my dad hid Dr. King from the KKK until dark in the Montgomery, AL radio station that he ran, concurrent with several other stations in various Southern states (VA, GA, SC,AL) he managed for the Rollins group– which was rare for an African American to be running “white-owned” interstate enterprise. It will be interesting to see how this history treats the facts of which I Have first hand witness and reliable first hand accounts from my father and other key members of SCLC. We were their and I remember clearly, what I saw and heard, and had many conversations about this with my dad and his colleagues(including numerous one-on-ones with Jesse Jackson, Dick Gregory, James Earl Ray’s atty (Mark Lane-speaking of guns), etc– I always hear a lot of accounts about what supposedly happened (but my dad was in the room). And as you know, there is nothing like being there in real time and I am quite clear on what happened, but can always learn more.

        My grandfather left home one night, was put in jail and no one ever saw him alive again—can’t wait to see how these theories account for that fact an I don’t think anyone would advocate that gun fights with the police would have been helpful, and can undermine the effective of the Ghandi-inspired movement of which King was A leader. I remember what Ronald Reagan did to make changes in the gun laws in the 1960’s when he was gov of california, to keep the black panthers from arming themselves against police aggression and FBI “initiatives” When those folks were primarily doing feeding and reading programs. I spent 8 years in California.

        I have also had one-on-ones with Wayne LaPierre (and heard from his mouth,in private, what he and the NRA attended to– we shared office space 2007-2008. I was with him the day the Heller case was decided. Sat down with him and the NRA attorney Bob Dowlette, to get their perspective. What a great talk with Bob who was on the front lines of the Supreme court action.

        I hear so much in the news about what is and what isn’t–no reflection on you at all, I see you as an honest broker, with a perspective.

        I too, try to sort out the facts and have been blessed not to have to depend on anyone else to tell me what many key players think, or try to size someone up from a soundbite on TV or selected edits in a newspaper, because they have personally told me themselves–from their mouths, to my ears.

        There is indeed much to consider.I really appreciate your taking the time to read and write.

        God Bless!

  5. jlue says:

    Hi Jim, Your credentials, like your writing, is very impressive! I am honored that you are now following my blog. When God has control of our hearts and lives, the issue of gun control, much like the issue of “Whose baby is this?” in the Bible, will be simplified. When we have statesmen in Washington D.C. who replace career politicians, the issues will be resolved easily without the corruption that has taken hold in both parties. I enjoyed reading here and will be back, the Lord willing.

  6. preachteach says:

    You eloquently discuss a very controversial topic. If only we could all take a break from our pride and ask what God would like us to do!

  7. Leslie says:

    A Woodman went into the forest and begged of the trees the favor of a handle for his axe. The principal trees at once agreed to so modest a request, and unhesitatingly gave him a young ash sapling, out of which he fashioned the handle he desired. No sooner had he done so than he set to work to fell the noblest trees in the wood. When they saw the use to which he was putting their gift, they cried, “Alas! Alas! We are undone, but we are ourselves to blame. The little we gave has cost us all. Had we not sacrificed the rights of the ash, we might ourselves have stood for ages.”

    I thought a little advice from Aesop’s fable “The Trees and the Ax” might compliment King Solomon’s wisdom concerning this important and eloquently presented discussion you have started Jim.

    • Point taken and well expressed. The stand-your-ground-law, on another front, is taking a bit of pounding right now. Thanks so much for weighing in,again!

      • Leslie says:

        I find it interesting that you interpreted my use of this fable as an endorsement for, or at the very least as, an example of the “Stand Your Ground” law. Fables of course are always up for interpretation. However, I was thinking more along the lines of it being a cautionary tale about what type of guns we allow to be purchased, and to whom we grant that right.

      • I Certainly did not mean to suggestion it was an endorsement of Stand Your Ground attributable to you,my clumsy, my attempted suggestion was the potential universality of the fable. Everyone sees what they want to see, which is why I find it so important to seek wisdom to rightly divide the word of truth. Thanks again, Leslie.

  8. jsbrodhead says:

    I was raised in a home which feared God (albeit an incorrect; unBiblical definition of Who God is…) Seeing the violence and running around with toy guns, did not make me violent, nor twist my brain, IMO. 😉

    As I told the principal at our district’s middle school, “If you teach the children that they ascended (or descended) from something which slithered from a mud puddle AND that “survival of the fittest” is the way of the chaotic nature which created them, then you cannot expect children to be “civil”, in secular terminology.

    It is unrealistic to teach children they are ANIMALS and expect them to obey the rules of other ANIMALS.

    On the other hand, teach the children that they are a unique creation of the loving God…

    • I am glad you shared you thinking on this. One further point from me: A toy gun requires an outward creative expression. The games that I have seen are more of an intake mechanism and the only creativity required is to find new and more grusome ways to kill. Moreover,most kids will be fine, like you were,like I was. But all it takes in 1 in 100 or 1 in 1000, or 5,000, or10,000, etc. to make a real mess–just a thought. Take care

  9. jsbrodhead says:

    >>Those who demand that our children are to be taken into the custody of a government agency for several hours each day, to be penned like lambs, without watchful, capable shepherds, are taking from them their Natural RIGHT to self-defense (which is, at their age, the RIGHT to be defended.)

    >>Those (of us) who refuse to be disarmed, or threatened with such an action, are NOT only refusing out of selfishness. We are bound as parents and as Americans, to be the final and somethings first and final defense of these, our children (NOT government’s children!)… To surrender our ability to be defensive of our lives and those of our children, would be to sell our children into SLAVERY to evil forces in this nation and this world!

    Which is the WORST agenda: to “protect” the children by violating their rights, or to protect the children by defending both them and their rights?

    I SAY, the former is a failed agenda, allowing the random, unpredictable slaughter of some children and a miserable, oppressed existence for the rest; the latter gives each child a fighting chance at a full, meaningful life! THERE IS NO GUARANTEE of a wonderful Utopian life – no matter what the Progressives (Marxists) think – Utopia is Hell!

  10. I finally had a chance to read your blog.

    First of all, you write very well, methodical and eloquent.

    Second, I agree with your invocation of wisdom in this debate, but we have to remember that true wisdom is a gift of the Spirit which can only be had by those who are born-again and made Children of God. That is why our society lacks wisdom; most of its members lack the new birth and the Spirit living in them. So unfortunate.

    And I fully agree that our movies and video games harbor the spirits of violence, hate, pride, greed and so many other negative influences. We must exercise the discernment and wisdom in what we expose our children to because it will have spiritual consequences.

    God bless you!

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