[RELIGION NEWS SERVICE]
A killer Buddhist? It doesn’t seem to make theological sense.
Consider the mentally troubled Aaron Alexis, who police say killed 12 at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., on Monday. He once meditated twice a week at a Buddhist temple, according to reports from Texas. It appeared like just one more detail in a full portrait of a man thrust into the headlines – along with his education, work and mental health history and his personal passion for violent video games.
But when does the religion of a mass killer make sense?