• False. That's why we have laws against cruel and unusual punishments. However, I would agree that often people react in anger instead of thinking first and do bad things to bad people. Sometimes its hard to remember that just because they are bad people doesn't mean we have to lower ourselves to their level.
  • False. Bad people are bad news and there is a reason for prison if they commit a crime. If they do something else that’s bad but not a crime it’s better to stay away from them. By doing something bad to them means you’re equally as bad. Truly good people avoid bad news and do not cause harm to anyone.
  • False. Jesus Christ said to love everyone. By love you heap hot coals on their heads; they feel the guilt of their hate towards others.
  • Maybe needs more context, but I'm inclined to say "false", since I don't think I've ever had to ever do anything I considered "bad" to anyone. Depending on what you mean, though, maybe there would be some sort of scenario...
  • False. See other answers.
  • True line up those rockspiders against the wall and ILL shoot them. Its pointless locking them up they get out and reoffend.
    • bostjan64
      I guess that's where the semantics comes in. Is it a "bad thing" to defend society in a just way? I think that there's a strong case to be made that habitual violent offenders being humanely stopped from committing their violence is not a "bad thing." If it was, I don't think so many people would be able to say that they'd personally be the triggerman with a clear conscience.
  • False. You must overcome your anger and not use it as an excuse to make you feel better. Romans 12:17-19 "Repay no one evil for evil, but give thought to do what is honorable in the sight of all. If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all. Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord."

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