Thursday, June 4, 2009

My Thoughts on Tiller the Killer's Untimely Demise

I asked what y'all thought about Tiller's passing from this life to the next. Now I'll give you a summary of what I said other places. Some of it will be straight cut and paste from comments I made earlier in the week, so they may be a bit disjointed.

Before I do that, I want to thank each and every one of you who posted in the last few days. You have produced a lively discussion. Funny how one side of the argument seems to produce quotes, documentation and evidence, while the other side resorts to an endless potpourri of vituperation.

My thoughts,

Sunday afternoon,

I wonder what the reaction from our new Sec of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebalius? will be?? She was this piece of sh*ts lap dog. Kept him out of jail several times, and gave mucho bucks to her campaign.

Will BHO come out and condemn the culture of death that caused a radical right wing nutball to commit such a heinous act?

Will they outlaw powder blue Ford Taurus's, since only abortion provider euthanizers drive powder blue Ford Taurus's?

The list of questions boggle the mind.

Sunday evening,

What do you mean that "the law doesn't work"?

"For by the law is the knowledge of sin"

"the wages of sin is death"

Seems from a cursory reading about the law that Tiller the Killer deserves death, right?

Furthermore, what law are you referring to? The law that allows a woman to kill her unborn child?

When the law is no longer just, then lawlessness prevails. Someone decided to obey the "natural law" (whoso sheddeth mans blood, by man shall his blood be shed") and do justice.

Response from another person,

"Sure, we all do."

So you admit that you know Tiller the Killer was worthy of death, but you refuse to admit that his death is justice?

What is justice then?

You're hiding behind the community, while at the same time allowing injustice to prevail.

The facts are, as someone previously stated, that Tiller the serial Killer " operated publicly and famously for decades." The current legal system had failed to uphold justice,

and Tiller the Killer continued to murder unborn children every day,

therefore the very first Biblical admonition to do justice, the first mandate for mankind to rule over mankind, the first duty of and most important role of mankind's self government,

was necessary,

Genesis 9 is the very foundation of the natural law principle. Mankind is to hold himself and all other men accountable for human life. Tiller the Killer violated the first principle of natural law, he shed innocent human blood. By the decree of God himself, Tiller was worthy of death.

From Monday,

Frankly, I am very underwhelmed by the response to Tiller the Killer's death. The man was a serial killer. He was a paid baby killer. By his own admission, he claimed to have done more than 60,000 abortions. That's the entire population of places like Carson City, Nevada or Bismark, North Dakota.

Genesis 9:6:

"Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed: for in the image of God made he man."

Seems to me that God looks with great disfavor on someone who sheds the blood of innocent children!!

Look what Jesus said in Luke 17:2:

It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones.

Tiller the Killer was worthy of death. Why should we feel anything but relief that justice has been done.


is rendering to every one that which is his due. (Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary )

By God's standard, justice was done to Tiller the Killer, period, end of discussion. The epithet on Tiller the Killer's tombstone should be,

Galatians 6:

7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.

8 For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption;

Today and tomorrow, less babies will have their lives snuffed out because this piece of human debris has now gone to his eternal reward.

BTW, you think I'm harsh, I simply stated the Biblical case. God is the ultimate judge. If Tiller the Killer is not worthy of eternal damnation in the lake of fire, God is fully capable of determining his just reward.

Maybe Tiller really was a christian, then you can see him in heaven some day and he can brag that he got there sooner than you did. We're all gonna die folks. That's a guarantee, this discussion is over whether Tiller the Killer got his ticket punched early? And since I believe God is sovereign, I figure he knew that Tiller the Killer was cashing his chips on Sunday morning.

God is a righteous judge, he will judge based on the facts. No empathy, just the truth. Justice will prevail.

There is a summary of my comments on the death of Tiller the Killer.

What do you say now?