Tag: Capital Punishment
Christian Ethics, Evangelicals, and Functional Marcionism
Last week the Nebraska Unicameral voted 32-15 to abolish the death penalty in my state. Governor Pete Ricketts may veto the bill, but since it only takes 30 votes to override the veto the bill is likely to pass regardless of...
Jake Meador / May 26, 2015
Arguing For and Against Capital Punishment
The response from younger evangelicals to the Tsarnaev ruling last week was predictable enough. It amounted to what Derek Webb sang many years ago in “My Enemies are Men Like Me”: “Peace by way of war is like purity by way...
Jake Meador / May 19, 2015