The death penalty, that is. Gov. Corzine signed the bill eliminating the death penalty in New Jersey. I am very proud of him and the legislature for doing this. My own view, informed from a Christian perspective, is that human life is sacred and that we ought not arbitrarily cut it off, no matter what a person may have done. More importantly, if we execute someone for some crime, we potentially cut short any repentance and opportunity for reconciliation that person may be going through. I leave the status of an executed murderer's soul in God's hands, but I do not want to have a hand in cutting that short. Two wrongs do not make a right in this case.