How Is A Death Penalty For Apostasy Not A Sign Of A Dangerous Cult?
It is a sign of a dangerous religion.
And the fact is that Muslims ARE killing people for leaving the religion, such as Iran and Saudi Arabia executing atheists, Iran jailing people for becoming Christian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi police not investigating the murders of atheists, ISIS killing people for being secular, Egypt arresting people for converting from Islam to Christianity ... which makes it much more dangerous than Bible verses that call for killing pagans but no one actually does it anymore.
Regardless of what May have transpired centuries and centuries ago, I do not believe that todays Christians should bear the burden or guilt of anything advocated by Jewish scribes to the Jewish people at that time, in the Torah or old testament.
by TruthDebater 8 years ago
How does a government and society expect people to value all life including themselves and each other, while at the same time, the government can influence and enforce the death penalty and abortion? If people see abortion and "DP" as justified when someone is inconvenienced or found...
by w scott bowlin 8 years ago
Does anyone have any thoughts about the death penalty, and the "eye for an eye" concept?
by kirstenblog 7 years ago
There is a forum topic that is current right now about a woman who committed a terrible crime against another human being. The topic discusses the punishment/rehabilitation and what should be done in these cases.It got me thinking about my reactions to these horrific crimes that come into the news....
by Katherine Sanger 5 years ago
Is it right to support the death penalty for men, but not for women?
by garrettdixon 6 years ago
Can anyone tell me a reason not to believe in capital punishment?
by Seckin Esen 4 years ago
Is the death penalty an effective deterrent to crime?
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