Last week Georgia executed Troy Davis, tried, found guilty, and sentenced to death for his killing of off duty Savannah officer Mark MacPhail in 1989. There were the usual protests, callin for a stay of execution, and using God and forgiveness as a basis for this. But just what does the Bible say about capital punishment? There is certainly scripture that says, "Thou shalt not kill." That is in fact one of God's commandments. It also says that we are not to judge one another, for only God can judge us and will, on the final day of Judgement. This week's webcast explores what the Bible actually says regarding this issue.
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