I don’t know that our Creator necessarily wants salvation for all (look at the examples of Pharaoh and Esau as but two examples, esp. in light of Romans 9), but nonetheless... I am pleased that Gosnell will spend the rest of days while he draws breath in sober reflection upon his sins and crimes. God can work mighty works in even the stoniest of hearts; whether Gosnell is a Pharaoh or a Saul/Paul remains to be seen.
For what it’s worth,
Acts 17:30 And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now commandeth _all_ men every where to repent:
We see them being commanded, but whether God will actually grant them repentance is an interesting consideration.
Still, shouldn’t we try?
2 Tim 2:25 In meekness instructing those that oppose themselves; if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth;
“God can work mighty works in even the stoniest of hearts; whether Gosnell is a Pharaoh or a Saul/Paul remains to be seen.”
But Saul/Paul believed he was serving God, unlike Gosnell; but where there is life there is hope.
(I was also going to reference 2 Peter 3:9, but reflected that was addressed to those with “pure minds” in verse 1, as opposed to those with murderous callousness.)