It seems like every day for the past month we've heard something about the fate of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran in the news. And every day the situation appears to worsen for the two.
No doubt you've also asked the question and questions like, should these men die for their crime? What is right and fair in this situation? Is showing mercy weak or unjust? If they are truly rehabilitated (either through coming to faith or other means), should they be given special treatment? Should the fact that they now appear repentant change the punishment?
Consider the politics and social movement. If Australians are fiercely against the death penalty, should we not also be advocating for others who are in the same predicament?
Don't be indifferent. Have your say in the matter. Come to our 5pm gathering for youth & young adults this Sunday evening.