How do you think they lived with themselves?
How do you think that the Israelite soldiers that were ordered by King David to take Uriah to the front lines and then retreat behind him so the enemy could slaughter him live after that event? Were they okay and at peace?
These soldiers knew Uriah as a man of integrity and a loyal soldier. They served side by side with him in battle. Many of them probably were personal friends with Uriah and his wife Bathsheba. Were they just obeying orders from their king? Did they not have a conscience? Did their “loyalty” to their king make them blood guilty? Do you think that they really thought that Uriah was guilty of some horrific crime and deserving of death?
I have the same thoughts and questions about the GB members when they threw Ray Franz “under the bus”! How did they live with themselves?