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Is murder allowed if God tells you to do it?
The Bible pretty clearly says not to murder (Exodus 20:13). But if we examine Numbers 25 or 1Kings 18:40, we see God (or more accurately, his prophets) telling us to kill people. Indeed, entire ...
Aug 23 '11 at 20:53
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