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Ethical Current Event As we look back on the last month we are plagued with one image the shootings in Washington How can this happen over and over and the person get away every time unseen in the daylight Then we realize we live in a sin infested world and should we really be surprised by this This paper will explore my ideas beliefs and look at what the Bible has to say on this subject As last week came to a close another issue plagued the news again another shooting has occurred We watched as they closed down the interstates and elaborate freeways of Washington in search of any leads on a white van I believe this man has nothing to prove other than he can do it This is clearly a sin and a crime and this must be stopped This crime is not a crime against a certain minority or a random religion but a crime against humanity CNN quotes In the absence of a motive each can become a focus for conjecture as the public tries to understand the apparently random shootings in the suburbs surrounding the capital This proposes a very large problem and that is without a motive everyone is in danger and no one is safe I believe that this is a sin and with sin comes consequences Exodus 2013 says this You shall not murder Also Numbers 3536 says If a man strikes someone with an iron object so that he dies he is a murderer the murderer shall be put to death The Bible clearly states here that murder is a sin and that there are consequences to your sin I believe that this man does deserve to be put to death and that he should be treated as he has treated these other people The other side to this part of this ethical problem is the essence of forgiveness Romans 58 states
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