Another proud and unrepentant Christian.

Another proud and unrepentant Christian.

Arthur Dent
Arthur Dent

June 12th, 2012, 12:27 am #1

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Jennings_Hill

Drug abusing Pastor Paul Jennings.

Paul Jennings Hill (February 6, 1954 – September 3, 2003) was a convicted American murderer. Hill murdered Dr. John Britton and James Barrett in 1994. He was the first person in the United States to be executed for murdering a doctor who performed abortions.



Paul Hill was born in Miami, Florida on February 6, 1954, to Oscar Jennings Hill, an airline pilot, and his wife Louise. Hill was raised in Coral Gables, where he was quiet and reserved, but well liked in high school. He was charged with assault at the age of 17 by his father when his father attempted to get treatment for his son's drug problem.

Hill's religious conversion happened two years later in 1973, soon after being sent to Military School.[1] He enrolled in Belhaven College later that year where he met his future wife, Karen Demuth, with whom he would have three children.
[edit]Early career

Hill graduated from Belhaven College and Reformed Theological Seminary. Following his ordination in 1984, Hill became a minister affiliated with both the Presbyterian Church in America and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
He was excommunicated in 1993 following a number of nationally televised appearances, in which he claimed to be the new national spokesperson for defensive action against abortion providers, with connections to the Army of God.

On July 29, 1994, Hill approached a Pensacola, Florida abortion clinic, the Ladies Center, with which he was familiar. When he spotted clinic doctor John Britton and his bodyguard, James Barrett, outside, he shot them both at close range with a shotgun. Both Dr. Britton and James Barrett died. Hill also wounded Barrett's wife, June. Following the shots, Hill laid his shotgun on the ground and waited to be arrested.

During his trial, the judge did not allow Hill to use an affirmative defense justification. Hill said he viewed the acts as defensive rather than retributive. On December 6, 1994, Hill was sentenced to death by lethal injection under Florida law.[4] His death warrant was signed nine years later by Governor Jeb Bush.

In a statement before his execution, Hill said that he felt no remorse for his actions, and that he expected "a great reward in Heaven". Hill left behind a manuscript manifesto which his backers promised him they would publish. Hill was not apologetic for the killings, and in his last words he encouraged others who believe abortion is an illegitimate use of lethal force to "do what you have to do to stop it”.

Hill died by lethal injection in Florida State Prison on September 3, 2003.

Does this guy inspire you too Nucc?

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Exposing dent
Exposing dent

June 12th, 2012, 12:29 am #2

Hmmm....
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Arthur Dent
Arthur Dent

June 12th, 2012, 2:35 am #3

Billions of god guided guys who'd do the same and do.

Its enough to make you wonder what gods supposed to have taught you.

Nothing obviously, enough to make everyone an atheist if you think about it.

Dont worry, you wont.
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Exposing dent
Exposing dent

June 12th, 2012, 9:08 am #4

Just because someone does something in the name of God, does not mean God is behind it. You seem to ignore that inconvenient truth in order to continue your insane rants.
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June 12th, 2012, 7:00 pm #5

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Jennings_Hill

Drug abusing Pastor Paul Jennings.

Paul Jennings Hill (February 6, 1954 – September 3, 2003) was a convicted American murderer. Hill murdered Dr. John Britton and James Barrett in 1994. He was the first person in the United States to be executed for murdering a doctor who performed abortions.



Paul Hill was born in Miami, Florida on February 6, 1954, to Oscar Jennings Hill, an airline pilot, and his wife Louise. Hill was raised in Coral Gables, where he was quiet and reserved, but well liked in high school. He was charged with assault at the age of 17 by his father when his father attempted to get treatment for his son's drug problem.

Hill's religious conversion happened two years later in 1973, soon after being sent to Military School.[1] He enrolled in Belhaven College later that year where he met his future wife, Karen Demuth, with whom he would have three children.
[edit]Early career

Hill graduated from Belhaven College and Reformed Theological Seminary. Following his ordination in 1984, Hill became a minister affiliated with both the Presbyterian Church in America and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
He was excommunicated in 1993 following a number of nationally televised appearances, in which he claimed to be the new national spokesperson for defensive action against abortion providers, with connections to the Army of God.

On July 29, 1994, Hill approached a Pensacola, Florida abortion clinic, the Ladies Center, with which he was familiar. When he spotted clinic doctor John Britton and his bodyguard, James Barrett, outside, he shot them both at close range with a shotgun. Both Dr. Britton and James Barrett died. Hill also wounded Barrett's wife, June. Following the shots, Hill laid his shotgun on the ground and waited to be arrested.

During his trial, the judge did not allow Hill to use an affirmative defense justification. Hill said he viewed the acts as defensive rather than retributive. On December 6, 1994, Hill was sentenced to death by lethal injection under Florida law.[4] His death warrant was signed nine years later by Governor Jeb Bush.

In a statement before his execution, Hill said that he felt no remorse for his actions, and that he expected "a great reward in Heaven". Hill left behind a manuscript manifesto which his backers promised him they would publish. Hill was not apologetic for the killings, and in his last words he encouraged others who believe abortion is an illegitimate use of lethal force to "do what you have to do to stop it”.

Hill died by lethal injection in Florida State Prison on September 3, 2003.

Does this guy inspire you too Nucc?
We KNOW what little intelligence you have Loco being empty-headed, but when some is EXCOMMUNICATED from a church, that means a church throws them out and DIVIDES THEMSELVES from whatever that person is believing or embraces as a belief. So why would I be inspired by a person who has FREELY CHOSEN to disobey a commandment of God?

Rom 12:19
19 Beloved, do not avenge yourselves, but rather give place to wrath; for it is written, "Vengeance is Mine, I will repay," says the Lord. NKJV


Wouldn't you think it's strange you didn't seem to find the time to CONDEMN the murders of the unborn? Is it because you're inspired by the ATHEISTS Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Kim Jung Il etc.? Poor Loco. In a vain attempt to condemn someone else, SELF CONDEMNS

He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says,~~~~Jesus Christ"
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Arthur Dent
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June 13th, 2012, 7:44 am #6

Just because someone does something in the name of God, does not mean God is behind it. You seem to ignore that inconvenient truth in order to continue your insane rants.
If a christian kills while believing in god, its ok. IF someone who doesnt believe in your god kills, its because they dont believe in your god.


Do you know how ridiculous you guys act?

I bet you dont. God makes you do it.
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Exposing dent
Exposing dent

June 13th, 2012, 9:11 am #7

by trying to twist what was said, which is dishonest, and certainly not the behavior of a legitimate academic, but IS the behavior of a forum troll who is also a liar and a deceiver.
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