An Atheist Chaplain and a Death Row Inmate’s Final Hours
In a gripping narrative from The New York Times, "An Atheist Chaplain and a Death Row Inmate’s Final Hours" delves into the compelling journey of Phillip Hancock, a death row inmate in Oklahoma, and his chaplain, Devin Moss. As they navigate the impending execution, Moss grapples with the absence of divine intervention while offering support grounded in human connection. Their atheist beliefs shape poignant conversations on morality, existence, and the pursuit of truth amidst despair. Through intimate exchanges and moments of shared humanity, Moss and Hancock confront the stark reality of mortality, challenging conventional notions of faith and redemption.