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is it immoral for God to kill people?

We generally do not have the authority to transition people between states of existence. God alone reserves that right, which he delegates to the government (Rom 13:4) in certain situations (executions, war) and even to individuals in certain situations (self defense, blood-revenge killings). Continue reading

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be subject to evil government

Although a government is murderously evil, we should still be subject to them to the extent that we acknowledge their sovereignty. Also, although a government is murderously evil, they are still commanded to preform executions. Be subject even to an evil government. Continue reading

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sins versus crimes – the woman caught in adultery

In this video I explain that Jesus did not teach the abolition of the Death Penalty. He, instead, held up the Mosaic law. Continue reading

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