Under certain circumstances, please explain
Imho, yes. However, endorsing the death of the innocent while condemning the death of the guilty is beyond contradiction.Is it a contradiction to be pro-life and simultaneously pro-death?
It is legal in China to kill at the discretion of the authoritarian government. This is true in many parts of the world, and the UN is powerless to stop it. The only reason the Nazis were ever punished for their crimes was because the allies beat them in a war. Yet, it still doesn't deviate from the basic fact that the final solution was legal in Nazi Germany. Starvation of Ukrainians was legal in the Soviet Russia. State-sanctioned murder is legal in North Korea. And the rest of the world is powerless to stop it.
According to Christian doctrine, aren't we all born into sin?Imho, yes. However, endorsing the death of the innocent while condemning the death of the guilty is beyond contradiction.
OK can you tell me what crime and innocent defenseless infant in the womb has committed to kill it....Now a person who is sentenced to death has committed a capital crime such as first degree murder where in a lot of cases he has raped and murdered someones daughter, mother or sisiter............
I wonder if you can see the difference?
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