Category Archives: Death Penalty

Capital Punishment and the Noahic Covenant

The State of Tennessee has scheduled three executions between now and August of 2018. Furthermore, the authorities have asked the Tennessee Supreme Court for permission to schedule eight more executions between now and June of 2018. They would like to carry … Continue reading

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Capital Punishment

The most holy of all religious days occurs in the Christian faith this week. Easter Sunday, for both the Western Church and the Orthodox Church, is this Sunday, April 16, 2017. As the Apostle’s Creed states, we believe Jesus was “crucified, dead, … Continue reading

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I Am Pro-Life

Yesterday was the 43rd annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. Opponents of abortion have supported this peaceful demonstration every year around the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade. This year’s march was a little different. It comes … Continue reading

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Re-evaluating the Death Penalty

(Note: Below is another editorial I wrote for the Tennessean. It was originally published November 27, 2015.) _____________________________ I was pleasantly surprised and greatly encouraged by the recent statement adopted by the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) concerning the death … Continue reading

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