The brief of the story is that the Butte, Montana plane crash that killed 14, including 7 children, has been linked to retribution by God. The family is related to a man who owns a line of abortion clinics. The plane crashed into a Catholic cemetery and the conclusion was drawn immediately that it was God.
Christians hold themselves up on the shoulders of a loving God. I don't see it. I read the Bible and find vitriol and hate "Do not think that I come to bring peace, but a sword." Jesus's love? When referring to a Canaanite woman Jesus refers to her as a dog. This is a level of hate that I would never tolerate from a friend let alone my leader. Somehow Christians get love out of this gibberish. Christians are exemplified in this article that revels in the death of humans for ideology based on coincidental evidence. As if this abortion clinic owner would never suffer if it weren't for the glory of God!
Biblically if God couldn't defeat an army because they had chariots of steel (Judges 1:19), what are the chances he's capable of taking down a plane?
A little decorum and respect for others in their time of grief would be the ultimate example of love of humanity, not dancing on their graves.