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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT In 1846 the state of Michigan was the very first to abolish Capital Punishment Now in 1999 the question of reestablishing Capital Punishment has risen up through a case brought on by the Jenny Jones show In this case an innocent homosexual man had to die because the straight man to whom he proclaimed his love couldnt handle the fact that a gay man was in love with him In effect to this the Michigan house is debating if they should put Capital Punishment on the November 2000 voting ballet As read in the lead editorial of the Kalamazoo Gazette they strongly urged Michigan to continue in being the first state to thoroughly abolish Capital Punishment and to lead all the other states in our mission the mission to abolish all sorts of Capital Punishments However as a young Christian woman I must strongly disagree with the above statement made by the Kalamazoo Gazette Being a Christian I must always go back to the Bible to find the answers to the many questions I have in life and that is exactly what I did when I was asked to write this very essay The first piece of scripture I found supporting Capital Punishment was in Genisis 95-6 In this little piece of scripture it says and from each man to I will demand an accounting for the life of his fellow man Whoever sheds the blood of man by man shall his blood be shed for in the image of God has God made man I belive that this states that God in the Old Testament believed Capital Punishment was the correct way of punishing a person who killed and I must agree It has always been my opinion that a person who takes anothers life shouldnt be allowed to live their lives to the fullest Why should they be allowed to be happy have a family and live after they have stolen
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