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If you as a Christian don’t like the death penalty, it may just mean your heart is near to your Lord’s. Continue reading
God’s justice is immutable. He did not discard the full penalty for our sin, He paid it. Continue reading
Equal justice is still justice, moral pollution is still moral pollution, deterrence is still needed, nations still need God’s mercy. Continue reading
Many miscarriages of justice would be prevented (in capital cases or otherwise) if a penal system treated perjury as seriously as God does. Continue reading
If someone hits people on the cheek, the police shouldn’t say, “Turn the other cheek, we’re not doing anything.” Continue reading
I’ve made brief references to the death penalty on this blog, but never put together a clear presentation of Biblical teaching on the subject. That was remiss on my part — in general, clear teaching should come before brief comments. … Continue reading