The intersection of the following two sets is strikingly high:
- The set of people who believe abortions should be illegal to perform
- The set of people who believe that God gave humans free choice, and we should follow His will, but forcing people to do so is wrong. (That is, if God made us to believe in Him naturally, it wouldn't be as $value as faith given freely)
That is, it's up to an individual to send herself to hell or heaven, but sending an unviable person to purgatory (or, if God's a nice guy, heaven) should not be a matter of choice, even if everyone were to choose the "right" option.
The intersection contains a higher number of otherwise consistent people than the intersection of the set who wish to ban abortion but increase practice of the death penalty, and is thus more fun to pick at.
And while I'm on the subject of Christian views of death, if heaven is so great and they believe so fully in the teachings of Christ, why don't many Christians kill themselves? What sacrifice is it for Christ to give up the pain of Earth and return early to Heaven, the most wonderful place in existence?