Tagged: death penalty

The DNA of Hope

By Kristyn Komarnicki I live in a state of hopelessness. Pennsylvania is one of the few states that retain both the death penalty and a life-without-parole policy. And the death penalty is the ultimate...

Ordered to Die, Saved by Christ

by Marc Hyden Convicted of murder and sentenced to death, Mitch Rutledge thought his life was over. Without caring friends or family, he was barely a footnote to society, but his life began anew...

Heroes of the Faith: Elizabeth Fry

(1780-1845) The first evidence of Elizabeth Fry’s reforming spirit was her own powerful transformation at age 18 from a frivolous girl who boldly wore scarlet-laced boots to Quaker meeting to a serious young woman...

Completely Pro-Life: A Sermon

by Ronald J. Sider Text: Genesis 1–2 Everyone supports life. But some funny inconsistencies pop up on the way to its practical protection. Why do many liberal and radical activists champion nuclear disarmament to...