Topic: People often have mixed emotions in regards to punishment of offenders. S
Topic: People often have mixed emotions in regards to punishment of offenders. Some view justice to be harsh judgment and punishment without mercy and perceive love to be a sentimentality where wrong-doing should be overlooked without consequence. The Bible offers a different view of justice and love and shows us that both are integral parts of God’s character. How can this be? Where does justice and love meet, and how does this apply to the field of criminal justice? It is important as practitioners in this field that we not only have sound beliefs and convictions in regards to this, but that we are able to support what we believe with biblical teachings. For this Discussion, I’d like you to take some time to explore the answers to the above questions and to study how these questions are answered in the Bible Book: Alarid: Community-Based Corrections Ch 14 Instruction: replies Must be at least 150 words each, must support your assertions with at least 2 scholarly citations per reply in current APA format. Any sources cited must have been published within the last five years. Acceptable sources include the textbook, journal articles, periodical articles, and the Bible.

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