For: The Older Generation (Recalling Better Times)


Abortionists were sent to prison.
Pregnancy out of wedlock was thought of as scandalous. Homosexuals were considered queer.
Pornography was despised as a sickness.
Marriage was sacred. Living together was taboo. Divorce was a disgrace.
Homemaking was honored, and day care was provided by mothers in their homes.
Ladies did not smoke or curse.
"Damn" was considered flagrant language in a movie.
Houses and autos were never locked.
A man's word was his honor.
Drugs were something you bought at a pharmacy (or "drug store").
Popular music was devoid of demonic beats and words.
Eastern religion was still in the East.
Child abuse was almost unheard of.
Schools were in the neighborhood, and students prayed and read the Bible.
High School graduates could read their diplomas.
Creation could still be taught as an alternative to evolution.
Aids was a gift of the Spirit (1 Cor. 12:28-KJV).
Our governments-local, state, and national-still promoted Judeo-Christian values rather than lotteries, horse racing, and casino gambling.
Christian teaching focused on sacrificing for Christ rather than confessing materialistic success.
Governmental authority was respected. Police were held in high esteem.
Socialism and Communism were considered a curse.
Social security was a job. Living on welfare was a disgrace.