By Vernon W. Redekop
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Title : A Life for a Life? : Death Penalty On Trial Peace and Justice Series ; 9 author : Redekop, Vernon W. publisher : Herald Press isbn10 | asin : 0836135164 print isbn13 : 9780836135169 ebook isbn13 : 9780585239910 language : English subject Capital punishment--Religious aspects--Christianity. 6/6 subject : Capital punishment--Religious aspects--Christianity. Page 3 PEACE AND JUSTICE SERIES 9 A Life for a Life? Death Penalty on Trial Vernon W. , 1949- A life for a life : death penalty on trial / Vernon W.
Since he did not live close by, it would be quite a hardship. He could sell the land and sheep and take in the widow, but who would buy the land? If he was not vigilant, Benshor would take over a good bit of it. The way for him to look after his clan's interests, he figured, was to kill Benshor in revenge. He started to make these plans soon after the murder. When Benshor realized that Go'el was after him, he ran to the nearest city of refuge and clung to the horns of the altar. This was the sacred place where no one could touch him.
3. What difference does it make if the urge to kill comes from the devil? Page 44 Chapter 7 The Teachings of Jesus A man in Montreal owned many apartment blocks in a poor area of the city. He borrowed heavily to acquire more property. When interest rates rose and property values fell, he was about to lose everything. Since he was an older man, he had little chance of rebuilding a business or finding employment. Although in debt several hundred thousand dollars, his creditors, who had known him for a long time, decided to give him a break.