Last updated on: 11/11/2008 | Author: Biography

Pro to the question "Should the Death Penalty Be Legal?"

“The Death Penalty is moral and just. Judicial death for the purpose of maintaining justice or righteousness is well established in human history. However, the rise of death penalty executions in the United States against a backdrop of liberalism has triggered protests from various anti-capital punishment factions. Often shouting the loudest are liberal religionists and clergy who erroneously claim to speak for God. These folks are grossly confused and seriously wrong.”

“Capital Punishment – Death Penalty,” (accessed June 17, 2008)


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  1. Is the Death Penalty Immoral?