Well, did I?. All credit to nexivian. Check him out, he's a pretty cool guy. Eh maeks webcomics and does't afraid of anything.. HEIGHT MOSES, . THOSE TEN . I WR
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Well, did I?

All credit to nexivian. Check him out, he's a pretty cool guy. Eh maeks webcomics and does't afraid of anything.

HEIGHT MOSES, .
THOSE TEN .
I WROTE HP. “THOLE SHALT NOT
HILL" = WRITE ONE DOWN.
IT' S A PRETTY BIG DEAL.
WAIT. YOU MEAN IT' S
A TO KILL ABSOLUTELY
ANYONE? WHAT ABOUT PEOPLE
WHO ‘FALL TOUR FOLLOWERS? OF!
PEOPLE WHO SLANDER TOUR
RELIGION? OR EVEN PEOPLE THAT
HOME OF THEM CAN
BE KILLED?
ALEX MD[
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Submitted: 04/06/2013
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#5 - anonymous (04/07/2013) [+] (15 replies)
Thou shalt not kill is a slight mistranslation. The original sentiment was "don't murder" meaning kill another of your own kind without reason. Old testament God LOVED war.
#15 - deathcrush (04/07/2013) [+] (3 replies)
#2 - miscarriage ONLINE (04/07/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#42 - dickticklerluv (04/07/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Ever notice that satan and god are never in the same room at the same time?
#25 - ncisagentgibbs **User deleted account** (04/07/2013) [+] (16 replies)
User avatar #36 to #25 - roliga (04/07/2013) [-]
Don't be a tool, go actually look up each verse and their context.... The first one was saying in a non literal sense "I have seen the face of God" like he has seen the wrong of his own doing and is now accepting Christianity. While the second one is literally saying no one has seen the physical face of God.
#4 - TARDIS (04/07/2013) [-]
#113 - Cambro (04/07/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Actually, that translation should be "thou shalt not murder," not "thou shalt not kill." Murder implies injustice, killing simply implies ending a life. It is also interesting to note, however, that after Jesus the early Christians (who branched off from the Judaism of the Ten Commandments) were complete pacifists. They never fought and accepted death for their religion but never killed for it. What had changes, you ask?

1. Jesus provided an ethic of love. Judaism only provided an ethic of duty/ law and justice.
2. Probably more importantly and at least more intriguing, Christianity developed the idea of heaven and hell. The Israelites had no such well developed concept, though resurrection was becoming a popular belief among Jews at the time of Christ (for anyone who actually cares, resurrection wasn't even spoken of in the Bible until the book of Daniel, which occurs chronologically near the end of the Old Testament age under the exile enforced by Babylon). To the Jews, this life is where you get your blessings and it is this life that is crucial. Therefore, killing in retributive justice or killing in self defense seemed logical. If you kill someone, they reap no reward for righteousness. The killer, by justice alone, should also be killed so he can gain no forgiveness and blessing. In Christianity, adversely, you gain your reward in the afterlife. There is very little reason to kill and almost no reason to defend yourself against someone who wants to kill you for your religion. Worst case scenario, you end up being in heaven.
TL;DR: Not killing (pacifism) is a Christian idea, not a Jewish idea who instead follow the Ten Commandments and say "Thou Shall Not Murder."
#59 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (04/07/2013) [-]
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User avatar #80 - ShadeElement ONLINE (04/07/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Actually "Thou shalt not kill" is a misinterpretation.

When correctly translated from Hebrew it says "You shall not MURDER".

Biiiiig difference.
#60 - anonymous (04/07/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Its a sin to end another humans life.
Its not a sin to kill other animals? Its not a sin to cut down trees, kill plants, pollute the air, or kill bugs?
HUMANS!
Animals have a shorter life doesn't that mean there years are more precious?
User avatar #62 to #60 - lolwtfme (04/07/2013) [-]
I FOUND THE VEGAN!!
User avatar #8 - zerosonaku (04/07/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Actually.....The ten Commandments we know about aren't the Commandments that were written down on the Tablets. I remember that part of the bible pretty clearly...It's kinda ****** up what is on those tablets.
#16 to #12 - icefried (04/07/2013) [-]
Cook a goat.. in its moters' milk?
#130 - wefuiwieubf (04/07/2013) [+] (1 reply)
who ever wrote this is a morron, the proper translation is thou shall not murder
#51 - anonymous (04/07/2013) [+] (4 replies)
The best part of the Bible is when Jacob is sitting under a tree and God comes up to him in human form and they start fighting and wrestling.
User avatar #39 - lulzdealer (04/07/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The actual commandment says "thou shall not murder" not "thou shall not kill", there's a difference. Also, we're also commanded to defend our lives and our families from those who would seek to do us harm, so if someone is trying to kill us, that would be an acceptable time to kill.
User avatar #17 - jibb (04/07/2013) [+] (20 replies)
One of the most christian contries in the world, USA, still practices Death penalties. Hypocricy.
User avatar #28 to #17 - gatorade (04/07/2013) [-]
I also hope that the US is not a Christian Nation, and was not founded with religious means. The separation of Church and State. The death penalty and any penal things would be considered Governmental matters. Thus the religion of the majority doesn't matter at all. So NO it's NOT a hypocrisy.
User avatar #18 - teamrocketninja ONLINE (04/07/2013) [-]
In the original language, Ive heard the actual translation would be closer to the word murder, rather than kill.
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