Yesterday Cleveland’s Plain Dealer newspaper ran a front page, five column photo-spread and story about Seung-Hui Cho, who killed 32 students at Virginia Tech during a gruesome shooting spree. On the other front page newspaper column, was a story about the Supreme Court upholding a partial birth abortion ban. The article said that this procedure accounted for 5,000 of 1.3 million abortions a year in the U.S. On Monday, 32 students were brutally killed in Virginia. On Monday, some 4,400 babies were brutally killed (dismembered in the womb) throughout America. We are absolutely aghast about Virginia Tech. Yet many of us don’t bat an eye about babies being killed and dismembered in the womb. What a tremendous spiritual disconnect. Note: I was jogging through a rather hardscrabble neighborhood in Cleveland recently. A neighborhood replete with “Beware of Dog” signs. At one point, I actually stopped and did a double take. A red sign in one front window read: “Beware of God.” And that’s something we need to be seriously thinking about with this abortion thing.