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Returning Evil for Evil: The Snickering Consent of Prison Rape

John Starke:

We might not actually approve prison rape, but as Klein points out, “it doesn’t exactly concern us, and occasionally, we take a perverse satisfaction in its existence.”

Perverse, indeed.

As Christians, we should love and fight for justice. Prison rape is a wicked and perverse consequence that we should not delight in, nor joke about. The Bible explains that God gives human government responsibility to distribute justice and punish those who commit evil. We should find no satisfaction in returning evil for evil.

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Also Worth Reading

Leadership 1: Over on Michael Hyatt’s blog, Chris LoCurto asks, “Is Your Leadership Style Holding Your Team Back?” Leaders, you need to read this. Seriously.

Leadership 2: Registration Now Open for Leaders Who Last (Toronto). Leaders, you need to go to this. Seriously.

Advice for Authors: Also at Michael’s blog,  What Every Author Should Know About Radio and Television Interviews

Music: Church Musicians: How Good is “Good Enough”?

Ministry: Signs Your Sermon Isn’t Going Well

In Case You Missed It

Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:

D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones: Delight In God and His Commandments

State of the Blog

Book Review: Christ Alone by Michael E. Wittmer

Paper vs Pixels

“Why Should I Let You Into Heaven?” “Because I’m Dead!”

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