My Church gave up the practice of capital punishment a few centuries ago. Even then, it tried to provide itself a "figleaf' by "relaxing" the victims to the secular authorities so that THEY could draw blood. The "Holy Office of the Inquisition," Ratzinger's old "gig" under a new name, always insisted that its investigaters not draw blood, a sophistic ruse of memorable proportion.
Nevertheless, I think we should be able to come together on this one.
From personal experience, I can tell you that there are, from time to time, trials in Amerian courts that remind of the proceeding against Joan of Arc at Rouen. Enough about that at present.
Who here thinks that this woman should be stoned to death or hanged for playing "the beast with two backs?" That assumes that she did that. I do not know that she did. Do Muslims here think that punishment is justified? Does anyone think that is justified?
Sex. What a terrible, fear inspiring thing it must be. Augustine, Tertullian et al have a lot to answer for on this subject in Christianity.
"Let him who is without sin throw the first stone." Jesus