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This paper must be done on the death penalty. The paper will present the position of the Catholic Church on the issue and also bring forth alternative or opposing views. The Church's position can be obtained by searching the Catechism of the Catholic Church. The student will formulate his or her own opinion and defend it with reason and logic.
The paper has to involve critical analysis The paper will present the position of the Catholic Church on the issue and also bring forth alternative or opposing views. The Church's position can be obtained by searching the Catechism of the Catholic Church. The student will formulate his or her own opinion and defend it with reason and logic.
Reading involves Chapter 18 in Introducing Moral Theology
Part VIII: “Life and Death” in Christian Ethics Must be 5 pages long written in MlA format
The references are as follows
Crossin, John W, O.S.F.S. Everyday Virtues. 2002. New York: Paulist Press, 2002. Print.
Mattison III, William C. Introducing Moral Theology. Michigan: Brazos Press, 2008. Print.
Stivers, Robert, Christine E. Gudorf, Alice Frazer Evans, and James B. Martin-Schramm. Christian Ethics:
A Case Study Approach. Fourth Edition. New York: Orbis, 2013. Print.
Length: 5 pages (1556 Words)
The death penalty and its morality has been one of the most debated issue in a long time since the mid-evil times. Both religious and non-religious groups of people have debated it and its practice still goes on even in today’s world. The Catholic Church in itself has upheld its stand on the issue calling for its abolishment. This topic has been a very antagonistic and gradually has become veryconfusing among Catholics. A portion of the members of the Catholic Church insists that their Church should completely and confidently renounce the death penalty in all ways. There are those who argue further and of the opinion that the death penalty is no different to euthanasia or abortion, and that in supporting any of these acts shreds the “seamless garment” of the teaching that the Church has bestowed upon us regarding the value and dignity of human life.