Stephen A. Frye
safrye at CONCENTRIC.NET
Wed Jun 4 15:22:52 MDT 1997
At 09:34 PM 6/3/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Folks who are so quick to deep fat fry Tim,
>Most conservatives are Christians(or claim to be anyway) and any God
>fearing Christian would be afraid of eternal damnation should they decide
>to adopt a power of God. Christians who believe he should be toasted are
>hippocratics. Is it right to throw away all your morals and values to
>punish someone just because they do not believe the same things are right
>and wrong? Tim might have been able to justify what he did(in his own
>sick mind). Should we kill people for doing what they believe is right.
>Christians who believe in the death penalty obviously don't care to much
>about their religion. "Thou Shall Not Kill" (ring a bell--if not--how
>about this) "Revenge is that of God".
I tried saying something similar. Know what I was told? God wants us to
kill him. Also, don't look to God for support in your lack of desire to
kill him. I was on a death penalty case. I was told - here in this news
group - that I shouldn't pawn my unwillingness to kill off on God, and
don't look to God for support of that lack of desire.
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