31 May 2009

George Tiller's Murder

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Today a man living in Kansas was murdered while he did usher duties at his church. This man had been under criminal investigation, been shot before, and had his place of business damaged because some people chose to take vigilante means to show their hatred of his profession. Meet George Tiller, one of the few late-term ab0rtion doctors in our country. Photo of Mr. Tiller and intro

My only thought as I read about his death is a question. Why is there such an uproar about ONE MAN senselessly killed because someone didn't like what he stood for? Where is the uproar about the THOUSANDS and THOUSANDS of senselessly killed pre-term infants because someone didn't like what they stood for? What do unborn babies stand for? For the mothers, fathers, and grandparents who chose to abort these infants, they stand for embarrassment, inconvenience, shame, monetary cost, loss of independence, fear and selfishness.

I extend my sympathy to Mrs. Tiller. I extend my sympathies to all the girls and women, who will hear about his death and will remember the life that stirred within them that they extinguished. I extend my sympathies to the fathers and grandparents.

Abortion Recovery: site site site Know that there is forgiveness and healing at the foot of the cross. In John 3:17 it is recorded that God didn't send his son Jesus into the world to condemn you, but to save you.

Did you know?

"Although the results were pooh-poohed, it is no small matter that in the era of pro-ab0rtion President Barack Obama only 36% of Americans believe ab0rtion is morally acceptable versus 56% who told Gallup it is morally wrong. A year ago 40% responded to Gallup that ab0rtion was morally acceptable, meaning there's been a drop of 4 percentage point since May 2008.

This follows news that for the first time since Gallup began asking the question, a majority--51%--identified themselves as pro-life. In 1995 a mere 33% considered themselves pro-life.

Returning to the morality question, pro-lifers always try to place developments in context. Consider that in 2001 there was almost an even split with 45% telling Gallup that ab0rtion was morally wrong but 42% saying it was morally acceptable--a difference of only 3%. The gap is now 20%!"

Taken from the National Right To Life newsletter, 5/21/09. Subscribe here. Donate here.