David Bentley Hart reviews Edward Feser and Joseph M. Bessette, By Man Shall His Blood Be Shed: A Catholic Defense of Capital Punishment, Ignatius Press, $24.95, 424 pp. (HT: Karl White)
I will add my two cents later if time permits.
Meanwhile, if you care to know where I am 'coming from,' feel free to poke around in my Crime and Punishment category. Trigger Warning: not for liberals!
Anecdote. I once asked Dale Tuggy how Ed Feser, a friend of both of us, does it. How does he sire a house full of kids, teach a heavy community college load, read papers all over, maintain an excellent, content-rich blog, and write so many books (see second article below)?
Dale, who has written on mysterianism in connection with the Trinity, replied, "It's a mystery."