Issues related to the death penalty and restorative justice do not always have easy-to-understand, clear-cut answers. There can be a great deal of ambiguity when formulating proper responses to social evils, issues of injustice, and social policy. Our white papers are in-depth scholarly presentations that provide ways of thinking about these complex issues from the basis of experts in the fields of public policy, jurisprudence, philosophy, ethics, and theology. They can be excellent resources for study groups, college students, academic professionals, or for personal enrichment. Please review the white papers we have below and feel free to share them with others.
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