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Throughout this course, you will be engaging in a series of discussions relating to posted “Biblical Wisdom.” Typically, each week you will be required to respond to a posted question. It is expected that your initial post be a minimum of one paragraph in length. You will also be required to respond to at least one other student. These peer responses should be substantive.
At Indiana Wesleyan University, a key concept in our mission is “…changing the world by developing students in character.” We believe character building is rooted in Biblical Wisdom, to the extent that Scripture should be the cornerstone joining every course to a Christ-centered worldview.
In this week’s Biblical Wisdom discussion, you will apply the following scripture to a criminal incident:
“The Lord is slow to anger but great in power; the Lord will not leave the guilty unpunished.” Nahum 1:3 (New International Version).
The criminal-justice system is not perfect; sometimes legal issues allow the guilty to go unpunished. For example, if a police officer obtains a confession from a suspect but fails to give Miranda warnings, the confession cannot be admitted into evidence at trial. And if the remaining evidence is not strong enough to convict, the suspect will go unpunished by the criminal-justice system. For this discussion, you will describe a criminal incident where the guilty went unpunished.
1. Read the background information for this discussion and then navigate to the threaded discussion and respond to the following prompts:
a. Describe a criminal incident where the guilty went unpunished. It can be a historic event, a current event covered in the media, or something you have personal knowledge of.
b. Did God punish the offender later, or is the issue still waiting for God’s final judgment?