On his radio program yesterday, Bryan Fischer made the case that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be put to death following his conviction for his role in the Boston Marathon bombing in the most Fischer-esque way possible: explaining that Noah’s Flood was the result of society not using the death penalty.
As Fischer explained it, “God had prohibited the death penalty prior to the Flood” and it resulted in so much chaos and bloodshed that God was left with no choice but to kill almost all of mankind.
“When people say we ought to just get rid of the death penalty, we just ought to get rid of capital punishment and society would be so much better off,” he said, “well, we tried that; we tried that from the creation to Adam until the Flood … And what happened? It was chaos. It was vigilante justice. And people began killing other people simply because they got insulted or because they got injured or because they got wounded. So there was no sense of proportionality, justice was a matter of each man talking the law into his own hands. It was total chaos and the result was the entire world had become so corrupt that God had to wipe the whole thing out and start over”: