What Being Pro-Life Means in Light of the Death Penalty

Something is definitely wrong when we claim follow a man who halted an execution (John 8:1–11) and then was unjustly executed by the state, but still prefer justice over mercy—especially in light of the more than 4 percent of falsely convicted criminals who are sentenced to death.

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Author: Jayson D. Bradley

“With every cell of my being, and with every fiber of my memory, I oppose the death penalty in all forms … I do not believe any civilized society should be at the service of death. I don’t think it’s human to become an Angel of Death.” —Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1986.

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