As Douglas Wilson has pointed out from time to time, we often think that it is only sin that may have serious consequences rather than seeing sin as consequences. Sin is bad, and the consequences may be worse, but sometimes God gives us over to our sins. Sin itself is a judgment from God. In Romans 1, God gives men and women over to sexual perversity because they were sinfully confused prior to that. Sodomy is not merely a bad sin which will have horrific consequences. Sodomy is a judgment from God on a people who have turned away from Him, who have confused the creation with the Creator, who have lied and cheated and oppressed the weak and disobeyed their parents (see Rom. 1:28-32).
Similarly, adultery is a sin which God gives unfaithful husbands over to. It is not the sin of adultery that makes a man unfaithful. Adultery itself is God’s judgment on a man whom God is already angry with (Pr. 22:14).
Hosea says that abortion is also the judgment of God. When God was angry with Israel for her sins, He said that He would remember all her past sins and give her miscarrying wombs and dry breasts (Hos. 9:14). But God’s anger with Ephraim extends to the point that He says He will “kill the darlings of their womb.” (Hos. 9:16) Abortion is not merely a great sin that will lead to the judgment of God (though that is true enough). Abortion is itself a judgment of God; He is killing our little ones because of our wickedness. He is angry with us and He is causing our sins to be visited on us and on our children.
So what shall we do? Hosea says, “Sow for yourselves righteousness, reap in mercy; break up the fallow ground, for it is time to seek the Lord, till He comes and rains righteousness on you.” (10:12) And, “say to Him, ‘Take away all iniquity; receive us graciously, for we will offer the sacrifices of our lips… [God says] ‘I will heal their backsliding, I will love them freely, for my anger has turned away from him.'” (14:2, 4)
I'm assuming you know that the central conceit of this article is but one of a number of different healthy and appropriate persepctives to take on abortion. Further, I'm assuming you know that while it is appropriate to say "God is killing our children" it is equally appropriate to say "God has nothing to do with abortion." I'm also assuming you know all this because you dumped the idea that God has two wills a real long time ago.
I'm not entirely the wisdom of this article isn't wholly in what the thoughtful reader brings to mitigate the monolithic nature of your uncomplicated claim about God and abortion.
This article asks an awful lot.
Not sure I follow your points, Notorious.
But the main thrust should be understood as similar to what Jesus told the disciples regarding the tragedies in their day, "Unless you repent, you will all likewise perish." (Lk. 13:3)