- "Guns kill people"
- "Guns don't kill people, people kill people."
Latour's formulation gets interestingly complicated by the story of the volunteer guard, a former police officer who responded to the gunman -- who had over a thousand rounds of ammunition and an assault rifle -- and faced him down with a handgun. She credits the Holy Spirit for keeping her hands steady.
"I was praying to God that he direct me" in what to do in life, Assam said. "God made me strong."Gun plus person plus God? You don't have to believe in God to think that this is an interesting phenomenon. Did the guard's faith in God cause her to act differently from how she would have acted without it? Clearly. What else gets folded into such assemblages?
Security Guard: 'God Guided Me And Protected Me' - Denver News Story - KMGH Denver
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