It's interesting though that the Christians who are Pro-Life were not enraged at Dr. Tillers murder.
There was no passionate outcry in defense of Dr. Tillers life. There were no Christian candle-light vigils weeping and bemoaning the life of a man who was a person made in the image and likeness of God.
Ironically enough Dr. Tiller was shot while attending church and worshipping Jesus Christ.
I am a non-denominational Christian man who knows that abortion is murder.
I have to tell you though. I am as disturbed if not more disturbed at the fact that Christians by and large remained silent at the death of Dr. Tiller.
Jesus loved Dr. Tiller as did his family.
I find it repugnant when Christians who claim to have Gods love living in them are not as passionate about the death of people like Dr. Tiller and Matthew Shepard and people who don't fit neatly into their own personal views of who is worthy of Gods love and who isn't.
To not give equal passion and time to crimes of this nature is tantamount to their approval.
Love your enemies, do good to those who despitefully use you, bless and do not curse........Sound familiar?
I'm not saying it's easy. I am saying it's Jesus's way but you already know that right?
If only these people practiced what they preached and the manifestation of Christian love was prevelant in this country; we would most likely not have the abortion crisis we currently have.
To answer your question Mr. Deeds. Yes I agree with the guilty verdict. I do not however support the death penalty. I think there's been enough killing already.