Ah, but that view makes much more sense than the alternative, which is to terminate an innocent life and allow the criminal to live. Much better to terminate the criminal and allow the innocent to live. I think you’ll agree that the latter makes more sense whereas the former is ridiculous.
August 19, 2012 at 3:48pm
This is ridiculous. I am a music educator and I can tell you that if a person is going to study music or sing in an academic setting then a person MUST be exposed to religious music. If one looks at music history in an academic way, you would be omitting SO MUCH literature by omitting religious music. Think of all the latin religious settings and african american spirituals – not to mention all of the great classical composers, most of which were religious and viewed their work as inspired by God or dedicated to God. God is a part of music history whether people like it or not.