I’m so sad to see some states expanding “the right to kill.”
–America continues to legally chop away at the commandment “You shall not kill,” calling prenatal killing “choice” and physician assisted killing “compassion,” thus cheapening the value of human life. When killing is considered a “justifiable” choice at the beginning and the end of human life, might that not cause more people to consider killing as a choice at other times? (Former NFL star, Will Smith, being gunned down over a fender bender is an example of this. So are the “stand your ground” laws.)
–What a confused culture we are. Killing is becoming legal, but disapproving of someone’s actions is becoming illegal. Could our culture be eventually headed toward “the right to kill” those you consider to be “intolerant”?
Perhaps it is time to change directions: To turn our culture around to sacrificial love that puts concern for and commitment to others above self-focused choices.