The death penalty, also known as capital punishment, is a legal process of punishment for crime. The Church views
When one human being kills another in cold blood, they are performing an act that does not naturally occur in nature. This kind of act is punishable by man, and anyone who makes the decision to commit this kind of a
God did not make humans in his image and likeness to go and hurt others who were created for the same purpose: to love each other and God, and spread God's message to others. The death penalty gets rid of criminals who have no respect for human life. It also protects society from the danger of having that criminal around. Someone who might not support the death penalty may say that life in prison without parole could be considered a solution. But are there really that many prisons to hold so many people in them? If so, then isn't there also the possibility that they may escape and perform the same
The death penalty is known universally as a way of punishment for those...