Tag Archives: Death

Sin Is Not A Verb

or Why I Support the Death Penalty I was recently schooled by a Catholic friend on the subject of the Pro-Life Movement. She insisted that Pro-Life included banning the death penalty. Her argument was, to be honest, very Pro-Life, along … Continue reading

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Changing Our Paradigm of Death

Some religions celebrate death, certainly Christianity is one that should. I know of a religious sect that mourns the birth of a child and celebrates the death of a member with feasting and great joy. As Christians, we could learn … Continue reading

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The Day The War Was Won

Saturday: Black Sabbath ”And when Jesus had cried out with a loud voice, He said, ‘Father, ‘into Your hands I commit My spirit.’ Having said this, He breathed His last.“ Luke 23:46 What day could be darker than the Sabbath … Continue reading

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