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Theories of Punishment
Retribution:
Criminals pay for their crime proportion to its severity.
Criminals suffer for what they've done, just as victims suffer.
It actually punishes the crime. Definition of punish is `to make an offender suffer what they've done.'
Deterrence:
The idea that if…

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Capital Punishment
For Against
If people know they will lose their life if they murder If a murderer knows he will be killed if caught, he is more
someone it will act as a deterrent and there will be fewer likely to kill more people…

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Tobacco
Health Problems
Increases the risk of at 50 medical conditions including dementia and digestive problems.
Causes some conditions ­ some cancers, coronary heart disease, stroke, chronic bronchitis, emphysema.
Can affect male fertility.
During male pregnancy, harms unborn babies & can cause complications during pregnancy…

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The Bible teaches that consumption of alcohol impairs judgement, inflames passions and invites violence (Leviticus
10:8-11)
Concerns about the social and health problems caused by drugs and alcohol lead them to feel that Christians should
set an example of a good and healthy lifestyle.
Their…

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