Tag Archives: justice

“Love Isn’t Fair”

So yesterday afternoon, in the midst of lying on the sofa with a 2 year old and a 4 year old climbing all over me, and perhaps bouncing on my chest and belly, at one point I told the elder … Continue reading

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Why Christians Often Don’t Like the Death Penalty

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

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The Death Penalty — Redemptive Purpose

God’s justice is immutable. He did not discard the full penalty for our sin, He paid it. Continue reading

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The Death Penalty — Civic Purposes

Equal justice is still justice, moral pollution is still moral pollution, deterrence is still needed, nations still need God’s mercy. Continue reading

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Condemnation, Why and for What?

The reason unbelievers go to Hell is not the sins they have committed. Continue reading

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When Compassion isn’t Compassionate

They have exercised compassion for the killer at the expense of compassion for the victims. Continue reading

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Mercy and Justice Kissed

Mercy and justice. It all comes together at a hill called Calvary. Continue reading

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