I Am Against Capital Punishment

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    What The NT Says (In Various Translations And Commentaries)

    Consider first John 8:7 New International Version When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, "Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stoneat her." King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.) So when they continued asking him, he lifted...
    Peteri Peteri
    56-60, M
    Apr 6, 2013

    The Indonesian governments legalised murder of

    people is abhorrent and disgusting. I urge people of the world especially Australia to boycott this country until the hypocritical and corrupt government is removed
    Tied2please Tied2please
    51-55, M
    Apr 29, 2015

    Capital Punishment Is Murder That People Think They Have The Right To Commit!

    Violence is wrong in my opinion, in any guise. Whether it be beating someone up, disciplining someone or punishing them. But taking someone's life is to play God, whether you're an angry criminal or a court of law. What some call justice, others call criminal. How are we any...
    Jennir Jennir
    22-25
    3 Responses Apr 24, 2012

    An Unsacred Death

    The Unsacred Death Personal view on capital punishment By Lady Rhiannon                   I am but a shadow in the realm of chaos...a floating phantom barely seen by the general populace. I am torn, for I wish solitude and secrecy within my own personal...
    ladyrhiannon824 ladyrhiannon824
    22-25, F
    1 Response Nov 23, 2011

    I feel like this is an issue

    that people will have to agree to disagree on as attitudes and preferences vary from person to person. However I am against capital punishment primarily because I see it as institutionalized vengeance. You might argue that vengeance is a good thing. You might also argue...
    GreenBabylon GreenBabylon
    22-25
    1 Response Jul 5, 2015

    Our Death Row Nightmare And The Corrupt System Of Ohio

    In 2003 my man was sentenced to death for a drive by shooting that he was not involved with. During the trial the judge closed the court room and to the public and by doing this it took away Jay's rights to a public trial. In 2010 he won the right to a new trial and 3 years on we...
    babyboo462 babyboo462
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jun 15, 2013

    A criminal, no matter how terrible his crime,

    can't be put to death. We can't simply decide that. We have no right to do it. We can convict, torture and punish him. But, putting someone to death, as a punishment- that's not right. If putting him to death means saving others, then maybe, it should be done.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Dec 28, 2014

    With all my heart and soul,

    it is a crime against mankind! It is disgusting. How can people decide to punish someone with the same means that they consider unjust and a reason for punishment in itself? Without a state of emergency that would make it a necessity? Without an obvious benefit for any of the...
    quirkyowl quirkyowl
    22-25, M
    2 Responses Mar 5
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