Jesus’s crucifixion was not unjust, it was merciful. I suggest you find a different comparison or make a convincing arguement for the crucifixion being unjust. Also, you may try arguing that lies that Rahab and Cori Ten Boom and other similar cases were really not just, although I’ve no idea how you’d do that. But an act cannot both be just and unjust. Or do you think so? If you think an act can be both, please argue that. But remember: injustice is bad, justice is good. Essentially if an act is both just and unjust, it is both bad and good – I think you will see that to be rediculous.
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