Skip to comments.Abortion Doctor Killing?
Posted on 05/31/2009 11:33:23 AM PDT by Peter Andrew Conservative
Reports out today that a controversial abortion doctor has been murdered in his own Church, are a "lose-lose" for all sides of the abortion debate. We condemn the killing of late-term abortion provider, Dr. George Tiller. Read more...
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I personally would have preferred an exorcism to murder.
Don’t know if I missed it but was he killed by someone claiming to be pro-life? Or another reason and everyone is assuming the killer is so called “pro life”.
Whether or not that’s the reason, it’s a terrible act that ought to be condemned. And it’s impossible for a Christian to have committed such a crime. Anyone who would commit such a crime obviously does not believe in the Gospel of Christ.
Now he knows what he put his victims through.
WHO KILLED HIM???? Matters a lot....jealous husband....a hitman from the left to get the abortion issue out in front and change peoples minds back to the pro-death side??
This is not to condone the killing, but please STOP calling him a doctor.
Perhaps. But one thing is certain, he won't be killing any more babies.
I agree in full with you. But sad to say, we are seeing the start of the same pattern of violence erupting over the abortion issue as it was over the years prior to the Civil war of violence erupting over the efforts to end slavery. So sadly I am not suprised.
South 40, should we all whistle “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” to go along with that thought ??
Was King David a follower of God? Yet he committed adultery and had Bath-Sheba’s husband Uriah killed...
No, it’s not impossible for Christians — true followers of God — to do such a thing. Christians are just humans, too. That makes it no less wicked, wrong-headed, and damaging to the Body of Christ and the message of the Gospel...
Agreed. As was Dred Scott, so will be Roe v. Wade... It won’t be the totality of what is to come, but it will be a part of the eventuality....
Except for the babies - it's win-Win-WIN for them!
Murder is murder. How many has this so called doctor killed.
It isnt something I would do or endorse, but I cant say I am sorry he got what he did to others either.
Ironically enough, I live in Wichita, attend a church a mile way from the one Tiller was shot in, and that was the sermon today.
Are you trying to stir up hatred? Collecting names?
This is almost as bad as the nutty "gun lovin' fed hatin'" threads that have popped up this last week.
Too many threads are liberal wet dreams about what they think conservatives are... it's getting tiresome.
I've been here since forever and I've never seen these non-stop "gotta have a revolution", etc type crap. Really, who are you?
There is no such thing as a “pro-life” murderer.
The man/woman who shot this doctor is, at best, an infiltrator in any “life” group he might be a part of.
Odds are also good, I would think, that it might be the angry parent/relative of one of this doctor’s victims, whether a young girl/woman or a murdered baby. I’d say it’s just as likely that the killing was by one of these not associated with a “life” movement.
And, as already stated, it’s not possible to be part of a life movement and commit this act.
And, as always, one should always scrutinize the deceased’s own family and associates for any with a motive for murder.
Not at all true. This is a complete and unmitigated win for the pro-abortion side. The most unappealing face of their movement has been removed from the picture, and they get to paint anyone even slightly uncomfortable with abortion-on-demand as a crazed murderous thug.
Exactly. You either believe in the sanctity of life or you don't.
There are precisely three circumstances under which it is morally right to take the life of another:
1. In a just war.
2. To defend yourself or another from an immediate threat to life.
3. A legitimate execution of someone who has been given due process of law.
Your 3 instances of moral killing are exactly right, Wagglebee.
And on #2, it must be, as you say, an immediate threat. For it to be an “immediate” threat, one must be proximately related and proximately present.
I do not want to give the impression, however, that this abortion doctor was a more moral person than his own murderer. He is no hero.
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