A Conversation on the Death Penalty
EPISODE 331 |Mike Erre/Renee Monzon | 01/17/2022

A Conversation on the Death Penalty. Today, Mike and Tim are joined by new friend Renee Monzon. Renee is a public defender in Ohio who represents people on death row and is a part of our Voxology community. Along with her work in the law, Renee has a heart to educate, inform and tell people’s stories. What is the definition or heart of justice? How has this system fallen apart? Who is the most effected? Where does the Church lay historically within this conversation? Why? As a people who believe in the power of redemption, why are we so much more in favor of the Death Penalty? What can we do? What would Jesus have us do? It’s a tough and controversial topic, but one we need to be having.

Bryan Stevenson’s book, Just Mercy, can be found HERE 

Tim’s record of imprisoned men’s stories, Letters From Lancaster Prison, can be heard HERE 

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