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An Emotional Week

Last Thursday, November 1, 2018, the State of Tennessee executed Edmond Zagorski. He was originally scheduled to die in October, but he received a stay. The reason for the stay is that Edmond (his friends called him Diamond Jim) requested … Continue reading

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Another Execution

Unless something dramatic happens, Tennessee will execute another inmate Thursday evening (October 11th). This will be the second execution this year. A third execution is scheduled for December. IT IS TIME FOR TENNESSEE TO STOP EXECUTIONS! In fact, it is … Continue reading

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The Aftermath (A Slippery Slope)

This past Thursday the State of Tennessee did something it had not done in over nine years. They executed an inmate. What’s strange is that this inmate, along with others on death row, have a lawsuit that is waiting for … Continue reading

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A Pastoral Prayer for Execution Day

Dear God, I know You are a holy and just God; a God full of grace, compassion, and mercy. I praise You and give You all glory and honor. Great is Your name in all the Earth. You alone are … Continue reading

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The Death Penalty

Unless something drastic happens, the State of Tennessee (my state) will execute its first inmate in 9 years. The crime was horrendous. The condemned should never walk free again. But I don’t believe he should be killed. Nothing will be … Continue reading

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Tennessee to Resume Executions

After nine years without an execution, my home state is moving forward to resume executions this Thursday, August 9, 2018. This is a sad day for Tennessee.

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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┬ápermission to schedule eight more executions between now and June of 2018. They would like to carry … Continue reading

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