What Mohler get's absolutely right is his title – 'the limitations of justice'. As much as the Norwegian attempt at justice may seem like a farce and leave the victim's family (And the whole world) crying out MORE, a life in prison or the death penalty would still not satisfy. In Norway Breivik may have only 'paid' 3.3 months per person murdered, but if he spent the rest of his life in goal or was executed, he'd still only be paying 1 life for 77.
All human justice is found wanting … by us (that, Tony is why Andrew's observations are not really beating 'secularism' but beating all forms of human justice with a stick'), which is why I'm glad that justice will be done, when Jesus returns to judge (Acts 19:31).]]>