“Pro-Life” Abortion Doctor Killers

November 9, 2009 at 7:54 PM

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Scott Roeder Admitted Killing Dr. George Tiller

There are a number of things about extremists, which I find tragically fascinating.  Not only does Allah apparently need help fighting his enemies, but so does the God of the Bible.  What I mean by that is simply this:  in spite of the fact that God Himself has stated (quite clearly) that vengeance is HIS and HE will repay (cf. Deuteronomy 32:35).  Not only does it say this in the Old Testament, but Paul reiterates this same thing in the New (cf. Romans 12:19-21).  It really could not be more clear.  This does not mean that a Christian cannot take precautions to protect themselves from harm, but it does mean that we should not take the law into our own hands.  In the end, God will take care of every wrong, every harm, every offense and everything that is counter to His perfect will.  Yet in spite of the simplicity and earnestness of this charge from God, some people come to the wayward conclusion that God must not be speaking to them.  He must be talking to someone else.  This particular law He has laid down does not apply to them or their situation. 

For the longest time, people have been arguing over the issue of abortion; whether it is okay, or not.  It is an important issue and people on both sides have gotten fairly heated over it.    A few overzealous individuals have bombed abortion clinics, normally when no one is there, but it still remains that they broke the law by doing something like this.  Other extremists have gone even further, somehow believing that it is perfectly legitimate to kill a doctor who is involved in the process of aborting unborn babies.  Most recently,  “Scott Roeder, 51, of Kansas City, Mo., spoke to the AP in a telephone call from jail, saying he plans to argue at his trial that he was justified in shooting Dr. George Tiller at the abortion provider’s Wichita church in May.“[1]  This is tragic.  It is tragic that Dr. George Tiller felt that performing abortions – literally murdering unborn children – was covered under the Hypocratic Oath, but what is even more tragic is that Scott Roeder believed that he was doing something that ultimately God would stamp with His approval.

This world does not need people walking around who believe that they are somehow above the law if only they offer what they consider to be a reasonable excuse.  There is NO excuse for Roeder’s actions at all.  He in point of fact, has become no better than Tiller.  The large difference is that society has said that what Tiller does is legal, and what Roeder does is not.  In fact, God finds both people’s actions reprehensible and wrong.  It saddens me tremendously when I realize that thousands and thousands of babies are mercilessly aborted by uncaring doctors and would-be mothers who have gotten in the habit of using abortion as a means of birth control (most abortions take place on women who are repeat offenders).  In fact, it is difficult to look at photos of aborted fetuses, or read about the procedure for killing an unborn child.

The lobbyist groups who believe that there is nothing wrong with abortion have had their say and so far, the Supreme Court has backed their arguments, in favor of allowing women to be the final determiner of if and when to have an abortion.  It is too bad that more of these women did not think about doing what it takes to not get pregnant in the first place, especially if they find themselves wandering into an abortion clinic two, three, four times or more!  Men need to take greater responsibility in ensuring that women do not become pregnant with what will simply turn out to be an unwanted baby, aborted at the hands of a doctor who does not care about that aspect of life.

So there are extremists seemingly from all walks of life who believe that in order to make themselves heard, they must destroy.  The Apostle Paul would say “Brothers, this ought not to be!”  He does so because he knows that God condemns such action.  It seems not to matter sometimes how clear God’s Word is on various issues.  Someone always either finds, or sees themselves as an exception.  It doesn’t matter if Jesus said plainly that no one would know the day or the hour of His return.  In spite of that, there have been people who firmly believe they knew it and broadcast it.  He said no one would know.  Some deny that truth by making claims to the contrary.  Who should be believed?

In spite of the fact that God has stated that we are to allow Him and Him only the right to vengeance, more and more among us believe just the opposite.  They believe that they are entitled one way or another to take the law into their own hands and make things happen.  In either case, whether it is someone who says they know when Jesus will return, or whether they believe that allowing God only to take vengeance on Himself does not apply to them, what they are ultimately doing is calling God a liar.  They are saying that God does NOT know best.  They know best.  They are saying that God’s Word may be good for most or even some people, but in the final analysis, they decide if His Word is good enough for them to obey, or whether they have reason to set it aside.

Extremists come and go, but they will be with us in some form until the end.  Asked if he had any regrets in killing Dr. Tiller, Roeder responded, “No, I don’t have any regrets because I have been told so far at least four women have changed their minds, that I know of, and have chosen to have the baby,” Roeder said. “So even if one changed her mind it would be worth it. No, I don’t have any regrets.”  Roeder admitted killing Dr. George Tiller and he did so, he says, in self-defense; defending the lives of the unborn child.  Does he have a point?  Not with God, and ultimately, God is the one who will try his case, for all eternity.

[1] http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33802796/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts

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