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February 26, 2007

New DPIC page on religion and the death penalty

Thanks to this post at ODPI, I see that the Death Penalty Information Center has this interesting new web page devoted to "Religion and the Death Penalty" with lots of links to policy statements by religious denominations and all sorts of other goodies.  Here is this page's introductory statement:

In recent years, a growing number of religious organizations have participated in the nation's death penalty debate.  The purpose of this Web page is to provide access to information regarding the efforts of these faith groups and to highlight recent developments related to religion and the death penalty.  The Death Penalty Information Center seeks to provide an overview of this topic and does not endorse any religious viewpoint on this issue.

Some related posts on religion and the death penalty:

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