Probably not legal.
The National Association of Evangelicals recent resolution on the death penalty didnt exactly reverse the organizations 40-year position favoring capital punishment, but it did make a significant change: It now recognizes the growing opposition to the death penalty among believers.
It is not, but we can still ban it if we wanted to...
The uncle of the accused shooter in Charleston said that if his nephew received the death penalty, he would gladly "push the button myself."
We all know that there are exceptions to the death penalty, some including juveniles, mentally insane, and most recently an individual who is mentally disabled.
If we believe in limited government, fiscal responsibility and pro-life policies unilaterally, its time to give capital punishment a second thought.