Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right

I agree with Al Mohler's perspective on the slaying of Kansas abortion doctor, George Tiller.

Violence in the name of protesting abortion is immoral, unjustified, and horribly harmful to the pro-life cause. Now, the premeditated murder of Dr. George Tiller in the foyer of his church is the headline scandal - not the abortions he performed and the cause he represented.

We have no right to take the law into our own hands in an act of criminal violence. We are not given the right to take this power into our own hands, for God has granted this power to governing authorities. The horror of abortion cannot be rightly confronted, much less corrected, by means of violence and acts outside the law and lawful means of remedy. This is not merely a legal technicality - it is a vital test of the morality of the pro-life movement.


Anonymous said…
Two Wrongs Never Make a Right!!!

Covering Up A Wrong Never Makes It Disappear!!! It just reappears uglier and more vicious than ever.

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