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Seeking Justice Podcast 4: Is biblical law vengeful?

January 26, 2011 by  
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Is biblical law vengeful?

Tapestry of Cain and Abel, The Wawel, Krakow (Photo: J. Burnside)

“An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” For most people, this is the best known part of biblical law. And for some people, it’s the only part of biblical law they know. Is it representative of biblical law as a whole – and what does the saying really mean? What does the Bible think about homicide and vengeance? And what does it see as an appropriate response to terrible events which devastate so many families and societies? With Jonathan Burnside, Michael Naughton Julian Rivers Donald Shell and Chris Willmore.

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Sound by Douglas Hamilton.
Music by Jean Hasse and the Podcast Choir.
Readings by Carol Simmons.
Produced by Jonathan Burnside (c) 2011.

They’ve all had their say – now have yours! Agree? Disagree? Please share your views, thoughts and ideas with us by posting your comments below.

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